Samsung has announced the successor of Galaxy Buds in the form of Galaxy Buds+. The Galaxy Buds+ is a next-generation of wireless earbuds that comes with improved battery life and sound quality over the predecessor.
Looks and design-wise they looks exactly similar to its predecessor. With sound by AKG, the Galaxy Buds are able to deliver high-quality audio. The Galaxy Buds are equipped with a two-way speaker system that includes a tweeter for covering high notes and a woofer to provide bass.
The earbuds have touch controls that can be used to control the volume, play/pause music and skipping tracks. The earbuds have one more touch control dedicated to Spotify. Unfortunately, the Buds+ still lacks ANC (Active Noise Control). But Samsung has said, it has improved the sound quality.
The earbuds pack with an 85mAh battery and support wireless charging. These earbuds have 58mAh batteries and the carrying case doubles as a charger. The Buds+ can play for 11-hours continuously and the Play Time can be increased by 11 more hours with charging case. Samsung claimed that with 3-minutes of charging, you can get 1-hour of playtime.
The Galaxy Buds will cost $149.99 and come in Black, White, Red, and Blue. They will be available starting February 14. The earbuds are already available for pre-order in the United States.