Samsung on 11 February 2020 during their Unpacked event launched the Galaxy Buds+. The Galaxy Unpacked 2020 event took place at the Palace of Fine Arts located in San Francisco. During the event, the Galaxy S20 smartphones, Galaxy Z Flip which is the latest foldable smartphone were also debuted in the event.
Things You Should Know About Galaxy Buds Plus
The buds are having improved battery life and 2-way speakers for playing the notes and bass. The second-generation Galaxy Buds is going to compete with Apple’s AirPods and it will cost you $149. They will be going on sale on February 14. They will be coming in cloud blue, white, and black color.
Due to the Spotify integration, the Galaxy Buds+ users can now long-press the touchpad for playing the recommended songs depending on your previous playing history.
Just like the previous Galaxy Buds, the Galaxy Buds+ also offer IPX2 water resistance, noise reduction, wireless charging, and a touchpad on both the earbud for controlling audio playback, answering a phone call, and skipping a song,
A command for finding your lost earbuds, allow in the ambient sound or allowing the earbuds for reading notifications can be done from your smartphones with the help of a smartphone app.
Galaxy Buds+ will be delivering 11 hours of playback as compared to 6 hours of the original Buds. When combined with the carrying case for charging the buds will be providing a battery time of 22 hours.
Fast charge capabilities mean that the 3 minutes of charging gives you one hour of playback time. It is interesting to note that the Galaxy Buds+ comes with an added subwoofer and sound by AKG.