At the Unpacked Event, along with the Note 20 Series and other products, Samsung also launched the new Galaxy Buds Live that boasts of features that would excite an audiophile who would like to get rid of wires. Beating all rumours, the TWS Earphones were named Galaxy Buds Live instead of Galaxy Beans. The new wearables from Samsung bring a lot of features including the ANC. Let us dive into the detailed overview of the features of Galaxy Buds Live
Features of Samsung Galaxy Buds Live
Starting with the highlight of Galaxy Buds Live, it features ANC (Active Noise Cancellation), a first from the company. With ANC the TWS Earphones will be able to block external environmental noises and help you enjoy the music. The buds-shaped earbuds are of the in-ear type and come with detachable wingtips for a better fit.
Regarding the sound, it features 12 mm drivers which are sound-engineered by AKG and carry 3 microphones for better clarity in calls. The company claims that the earbuds will ensure 6 hours of continuous music playback as there is 60 mAh battery in each bud. This is combined with the charging case that can deliver 21 hours worth of charge, thanks to its 472 mAh cell. The charging case can be charged via the USB Type-C port as well as via Qi-Wireless Charging. Each Galaxy Buds Live weigh 5.6 grams whereas the charging case weighs about 42.2 grams.
Regarding the connectivity features, it supports Bluetooth 5.0 and support codecs like AAC, SBC and other scalable codecs. It features touch controls and wear detection to play/pause the music. These are also sweat and water-proof as they are IPX2-Certified for Dust and Water Resistance.
Pricing and Availability
The Samsung Galaxy Buds Live are priced at $169. It will be available for purchase from August 21 in Europe. These will be available in Mystic Black, Mystic Bronze and Mystic White colours.
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