Galaxy Buds Plus Is Now Available For Pre-Order At Rs 11,990

Aadhya Khatri - Feb 20, 2020


Galaxy Buds Plus Is Now Available For Pre-Order At Rs 11,990

Galaxy Buds Plus has white, black, and blue color. They come equipped with a playback option, a two-way speaker system, and three microphones

While the Galaxy S20 lineup, including the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra took all the limelight at last week’s Galaxy Unpacked event of Samsung, the Galaxy Buds Plus, the Korean tech giant’s wireless earbuds did get lots of attention.

Galaxy Buds Plus price in India
The Galaxy S20 lineup, including the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra took all the limelight at last week’s Galaxy Unpacked event of Samsung

Yesterday, Samsung updated the retail price of the earbuds in India, one of its most important markets. Interested users can get a pair of Galaxy Buds for Rs 11,990.

Galaxy Buds Plus price in India
Yesterday, Samsung updated the retail price of the earbuds in India, one of its most important markets

Along with the announcement of the price, Samsung also revealed that users could preorder the earbuds now. Those who are interested in EMI payment will have to pay around Rs 564.41 each month, as stated on the company’s website.

Users get the option to acquire the Galaxy Buds Plus in white, black, and blue. The earbuds come equipped with a playback option, a two-way speaker system, and three microphones.

Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus colors
Users get the option to acquire the Galaxy Buds Plus in white, black, and blue

The earbuds are AKG tuned and have the ambient sound tech that users can turn on or off by the Galaxy Wearable Android app. If you use iOS, you can get the app under the name Galaxy Buds Plus available on the App Store. According to Samsung, the earbuds come with improved noise isolation ability.

Samsung also claims that the earbuds can operate for 11 hours of music playback and 7.5 hours of talking. Another interesting ability is that only three minutes of charging can give users an hour of run time.

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