Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus Renders Show Off Three Colors

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Note: These are the Samsung Galaxy Buds. Image used just for representation purpose

Samsung will launch the Samsung Galaxy S20 series of smartphones, and the second generation of its foldable smartphones dubbed the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip during the Galaxy Unpacked event that is set for February 12. Alongside these smartphones, however, the company might also launch the second generation of its true wireless earphones dubbed the Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus. Right ahead of the launch, MySmartPrice has been able to provide you the exclusive renders of the Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus, which not only reveal the design language of the buds but also showcase the three color variants they are going to launch in. Let’s have a look.

Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus Official Renders Showcase the Design and the Color Variants

As seen in the renders, the Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus will come in three color variants – Black, White, and Light Blue. As far as the design is concerned, we should not expect a lot of changes when compared with the predecessor. Even the charging case for the buds looks almost the same as the one found with the first buds. The differentiating factor here is the addition of the new Blue color variant and the physical buttons that we can spot below the LED indicator. Plus, the Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus would support wireless charging, as well as charging over a USB Type-C port. To know more about the upcoming TWS by Samsung, you can head to our previous coverage of the same.

What are your thoughts on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus? Do let us know in the comments section below.


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2 COMMENTS

  1. Any rumors about latency? I’d like to see them down to about 250ms to be comparable to the air buds (or better). I’ve still had audio lag when watching videos on the S10+.

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