Along with the much-anticipated Galaxy S20 series and Galaxy Z Flip which is the new foldable device of the company with a clamshell form factor, Samsung has unveiled its new wearable called Galaxy Buds+ which was also making headlines from the past couple of weeks. So, without making any further delay let’s check out the complete specification details along with the pricing and availability details.
Specifications of Galaxy Buds+
The Samsung Galaxy Buds+ is a truly wireless earbuds and it comes with two-way speakers i.e. woofer + tweeter, and the device is tuned by AKG. The company has also added three microphones on the device and the same also supports ambient pass through which will help to maintain good quality according to your environment.
Samsung has also improved the battery in the new generation of buds, as now it comes with huge batteries on each bud (compared to the predecessor), it ships with 85 mAh battery and the company claims that it will serve you for to 11 hours of playback from the buds and the device can be doubled if you keep the wearable in the case.
Furthermore, the Galaxy Buds+ also supports USB Type-C port, which means you can charge using your USB Type-C cable and the device also supports Qi wireless charging as well. The device will be available in four different colour shades – black, white, red, and blue. The company will also offer two pairs of rubber tips and that means you can adjust the best one according to your ears.
Speaking about the compatibility, the latest Samsung Galaxy Buds+ will be support with the Android as well as iOS devices, and the companion app of the wearable has already appeared on the App Store last week.
Pricing and availability
The device is priced at $150 in the US and €170 in the market of Europe, and you can book the device from February 14. It is worth to mention that the wearable will be available free of cost for those who pre-order the new Galaxy S20 series.
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