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Technology Galaxy Buds+: Samsung's latest true wireless earbuds are out for $149.99

04:50  15 february  2020
04:50  15 february  2020 Source:   cnn.com

New Samsung Galaxy Buds could be launching soon to rival AirPods Pro

  New Samsung Galaxy Buds could be launching soon to rival AirPods Pro A new version of the Samsung Galaxy Buds has been revealed by an FCC filing.An FCC filing for a "Bluetooth headset" from Samsung all but confirms the existence of the Samsung Galaxy Buds+, which are rumored to be the company's answer to the noise-canceling Apple AirPods Pro.

Samsung rolled out the Galaxy Buds last year to some success, offering a solid alternative to Apple' s AirPods for less money. They work well enough that Samsung saw little reason to change much for its new model, the Galaxy Buds+ . These $ 149 . 99 true wireless earphones are slightly more expensive

True to the rumors, the Galaxy Buds+ still lack active noise cancellation (ANC). The Galaxy Buds+ will be available February 14th in white, black, red and blue via Samsung ' s website for $ 149 . 99 -- more than the Galaxy Buds . Kendall Jenner’ s Latest Outfit Is Straight out of Euphoria. Teen Vogue.

Samsung is finishing off its busy week with the release of the Galaxy Buds+, which are available to order.

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The wireless earbuds are available directly from Samsung with the color options of white, Cosmic Black or Cloud Blue.

The $149.99 Buds+ are also available for $25/month with no interest through Samsung Financing as long as they are paid off within six months. Samsung also offers free shipping on all orders.

The Buds+ will be available in retail stores on March 6, the same day that the much-anticipated Galaxy S20 phones become available. You'll be able to preorder the S20, S20+ and S20 Ulta on Feb. 21.

Samsung’s Galaxy Buds+ will reportedly lack active noise cancellation

  Samsung’s Galaxy Buds+ will reportedly lack active noise cancellation Samsung's Galaxy Buds are nearing a year old, so naturally rumors about the next version have started circulating. Supposedly, the Galaxy Buds+ will not have active noise cancellation (ANC), sources tell SamMobile. They may come with a larger battery (85mAh), which could give them a 12-hour battery life, double that of their predecessor. When we reviewed the Galaxy Buds last March, one of our complaints was the average audio quality. The new earbuds promise improved sound, but we don't know yet how they'll deliver that. The Galaxy Buds lost points, too, for poor microphone quality.

Samsung ' s Galaxy Buds+ promise to help you tune out the outside world or keep an ear out for ambient noise with three improved microphones. In addition to enjoying an improved listening experience while jamming out to your favorite playlist or podcast, users can also use the device's

Galaxy Buds let you pair and switch seamlessly between your Galaxy devices so you don’t miss out on any of the action. If the pop-up window does not appear, update the SmartThings app to the latest version. 2. This feature may vary by device, OS and depend on usage environment (Condition).

  • Samsung Galaxy Buds+ ($149.99; samsung.com)

You can check out our feature on the Galaxy Buds+, but the gist of it is that the Buds+ are a significant upgrade from their predecessors.

The Buds+ boast an astonishing 22-hour battery life (case and buds) and only three minutes of charge time will give you 60 minutes of playtime. The Buds+ case can also be charged wirelessly, using your Galaxy phone as a charging pad.

The earbuds are touch-capable, providing you with one-touch access to Spotify. The Buds+ also have an additional microphone and speaker in comparison to the original Buds.

Don't be discouraged if you have an iPhone. The Buds+ are compatible with iOS devices in addition to Androids, making them a worthy Airpods competitor, at a cheaper price point.

Galaxy Buds Plus app may confirm new Samsung earbuds are on the way

  Galaxy Buds Plus app may confirm new Samsung earbuds are on the way An iOS app popped up in Apple's App Store.Rumors have been circulating ahead of Samsung's Unpacked event on Feb. 11 that the tech giant may release an update to last year's Galaxy Buds. But so far, there's been no confirmation from Samsung. The next version may or may not have noise canceling, long battery life and a similar design to last year's model.

The Samsung Galaxy Buds were a surprising hit from last year’ s Samsung Unpacked. They were one of the few true wireless earbuds at the time to beat out the AirPods in battery life, coming in at six hours per charge, and came in at an affordable 9.99.

The true wireless Galaxy Buds+ have a crazy 11-hour playback time on a charge. So here come the Galaxy Buds+ , with crazy 11-hour battery life and improved voice performance for $ 149 . 99 . I got a chance to check them out ahead of Samsung ' s Unpacked event.

Stay tuned for more Buds+ content from CNN Underscored, but in the meantime, head to Samsung.com to order your own pair.

Note: The prices above reflect the retailer's listed prices at the time of publication.

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Samsung announces Galaxy Buds Plus earbuds with huge boost to battery life .
Same design, but much better battery life and soundSpecs for the Galaxy Buds Plus were leaked ahead of Samsung’s Unpacked event and revealed that the latest model makes impressive strides in battery life. They can last for up to 11 hours on a single charge, and the charging case extends that to 22 hours before everything needs to be juiced back up. In situations where the buds are completely dead, charging them for just three minutes over USB-C will get you an hour of playing time.

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