“The Samsung Galaxy Buds+ have a two-way dynamic speaker (Woofer + Tweeter) and features like noise isolation and ambient aware”
Samsung Galaxy S20-series is all set to go official in the next few days. It is the first big announcement from Samsung this year and there’s enough hype surrounding the event as it is also expected to unveil the Galaxy Z Flip foldable phone and Galaxy Buds+ earbuds. Now, days ahead of the Unpacked announcement, the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ specifications have surfaced online. The new earbuds have also been inadvertently confirmed via a new Samsung Galaxy Buds+ app for iOS. The latest leak compares the new generation earbuds to the last year’s Samsung Galaxy Buds.
Samsung Galaxy Buds+ vs Galaxy Buds
The Samsung Galaxy Buds+ will come with a bigger 85mAh battery housed in each earbud while the charging case will house a 270mAh capacity. When combined, the Buds+ are claimed to deliver 22 hours of playback time. The Samsung Galaxy Buds+ also have fast-charging support – a mere three-minute charge can offer up to 60 minutes playback. These can also charge wirelessly and connect via Bluetooth 5.0 and have multi-device connectivity. The new generation Galaxy Buds+ have a two-way dynamic speaker (Woofer + Tweeter). They will also feature noise isolation and ambient aware. The earbuds are IPX2 water-resistant and the touchpad allows you to play/stop/pause/adjust volume and even trigger Spotify. The Samsung Galaxy Buds+ are priced at $149 (Rs 10,620) and will be available in Black, White, Blue, and Red colour options.
Wow as usual… The wearables find always find their way to get leaked through at least some official medium, this time it’s an iPhone app (The Galaxy Buds didn’t have one so, cool). pic.twitter.com/IzLlSye1Z0— Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) February 4, 2020
Separately, the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ have also leaked through a brand new iOS application that could be designed to pair with iPhones. While the app can’t be found on the App Store just yet, screenshots of the UI have surfaced online, spotted by tipsters Ishan Agarwal and Max Winebach. The app can show battery levels of each earbud and also the charging case. It allows users to check for software updates as well. The new Samsung Galaxy Buds+ will be offered for free for those pre-ordering the Samsung Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra.