As the release date come near, Samsung has appeared Galaxy Buds+ on its Galaxy Wearable app. The new update is now available in the Android Play Store that brings support for the upcoming earbuds. In the last few days, earbuds have leaked by many sources and thanks to the new Samsung Galaxy Buds+ app in iOS App Store, we now know more about it. As per the report. Samsung will unveil next-generation earbuds along with Galaxy S20 series smartphones which scheduled on February 11.
The leaked spec sheet mention Samsung Galaxy Buds+ will not get noise cancellation feature. The good thing is, it will offer 11 hours battery life, which is more than what galaxy Buds offer. The Buds+ has an 85mAh battery and the charging case has 270mAh battery. The Galaxy Buds+ and charging case gets the same dimension but 10% heavier than the previous one. Also, the earbuds appear to have two outer microphones for better conversations.
The multi-device connection will allow you to connect Buds+ to more than one device, which means you can connect your smartphone & computer at the same time. Samsung claims it features Woofer+Tweeter setup for improved sound quality and also gets Spotify shortcut. It comes in Blue, Black, White & Red colors and priced at $149. It compatible with iPhone 7 & above with iOS 10 & above and Android 5.0 & above with 1.5GB RAM & above versions.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.