Samsung during its GALAXY Unpacked 2020 event which took place yesterday, 11th February saw the company unveiling a series of its flagship products including the most anticipated Galaxy S20 Series which includes the trio GALAXY S20, S20 Plus and S20 Ultra with 5G variants of the high-end devices.
But the event didn’t end just at the mercy of the Galaxy S20 Series because there was another big smartphone that was unveiled which was the Galaxy Z Flip prepared by the company to take over from the Galaxy Fold maybe momentarily or permanently.
The Samsung proceeded to unveil the Galaxy Buds+, a wireless earphones which is meant to take over from The Galaxy Buds earbuds launched alongside the Galaxy S10 series last year 2019.
The interestingly new Galaxy Buds + features the AKG woofer speaker which will offer high quality audio output. The device has a triple microphone setup for making calls so you won’t need to yell when next you’re trying to talk to your mom while wearing the earbuds.
Aside the voice calls, the device is also capable of curbing Ambient noise and you can also manually chose from available options like Low, Medium, High and even Extra High for thr level of Noise cancellation you prefer.
As for the size of the Galaxy Buds +, they both measure 17.5 x 19.2 x 22.5mm and weighs 6.3 grams. As for the charging case which also serves as its storage device, it measures 38.8 x 70 x 26.5mm while weighing about 39.6 grams. The design looks similar to the previous generation Galaxy Buds.
Works very well with the iOS starting from the IOS 7 and above. It works well With Android devices as well after all, Samsung makes Android devices if you remember. But where the Galaxy Buds+ excels is that Samsung is now offering an accompanying application for the IOS users who purchases this device.
The Galaxy Buds+ supports audio codecs like SBC, AAC and Scalable. Bluetooth 5.0 for connectivity and touchpads for control which has varieties of functionalities such as Play, Pause Move to Previous /Next song/ recieve calls, end calls and even increase volumes up and down.
Spotify support is also on this device as you can continue enjoying it with a single tap away. Each of the earbuds has a 85mAh battery while the casing has a much larger 270mAh battery capacity. A single charge will get you up to about 11 hours while a 3 minutes of charge will take you for about 1 hour.
Despite the mighty power conservation of the Galaxy Buds+, the charging case doubles the capacity giving it more juice that cna last for about 22 hours. It has support for the Qi Wireless charging technology and cna be charged with a wired USB-C connector.
The Galaxy Buds+ have arrived in the U.S. with a price tag of $149. It’s been marketed in colors like black, blue and white. It will be available for purchase starting from Feb. 14 in the U.S.