During the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S20 series, Samsung also unveiled the second generation of its truly wireless earbuds, dubbed the Samsung Galaxy Buds+. So far, the company has not said anything about the Indian launch of the buds, but that does not appear to stay the case for long. As per a new report, Samsung will soon start pre-booking the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ in India. The pricing of the buds has also leaked. Let’s have a look at the leaked price and the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Buds+.
Samsung Galaxy Buds+: Price in India
As per the report by 91mobiles, the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ will be priced at Rs 13,990 in India. The pre-booking offers include a flat Rs 2,000 off on the actual price, making the effective price to be Rs 11,990. The buds will be available in three color variants – Black, White, and Blue.
Samsung Galaxy Buds+: Specifications and Features
The Samsung Galaxy Buds+ feature almost similar design when one compares them with their predecessor. That, however, is not the case when it comes to audio quality. The Samsung Galaxy Buds+ flaunt a better audio output. Furthermore, the battery life of the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ is also considerably better, at least that’s what the company claims – the Buds+ are rated to last up to 22 hours on a single charge. Keep in mind that the 22 hours of juice include up to 11 hours from the Buds+ and another 11 hours of juice that the case stores. In terms of audio quality, the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ feature AKG sound and two-way speakers. There are three mics provided to the Buds+, that ensure optimum sound and voice quality.
In the controls department, the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ feature touch controls, which are pretty usual – one can single tap on the Buds+ surface to play or pause the music. To go to the next song or the previous song, one can tap the Buds+ two times or three times, respectively.
Other features of the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ include support for fast charging, partnership with the popular music streaming app Spotify – one can listen to the Spotify content, including music and podcasts with a single touch on the Samsung Galaxy Buds+. The Samsung Galaxy Buds+ are obviously compatible with Android devices, but Apple users should not feel left out as they can also pair the Buds+ with their iOS devices.
While the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ are the company’s latest offering in the audio department, we cannot simply ignore the Samsung Galaxy S20 devices (Samsung Galaxy S20, Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus, and Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra) and the company’s second-ever foldable smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, for instance, has already started receiving its first software update, which brings the company’s latest Single Shot feature to the devices. The update is currently rolling out to the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip devices in the US. In case you want to know more about the latest update for the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, you can head to our previous coverage of the same.
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