Samsung Confirmed The Upcoming Galaxy Buds Plus, Probably Unveiled At Unpacked Event
Dhir Acharya - Feb 05, 2020
A spokesperson from Samsung stated that the firm is excited to soon introduce the Galaxy Buds Plus, which will come in a design similar to its predecessor.
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Samsung will launch a new version of its wireless earbuds, the Korean giant confirmed following the app for the Galaxy Buds Plus becoming available in the App Store.
It’s just a few days ahead of Samsung Unpacked event, scheduled for February 11, and there have been many rumors circulating about the company releasing an update to its Galaxy Buds, which was launched last year. The new wireless earbuds are believed to offer long battery life as well as a design resembling last year’s model but may not have noise cancellation, which is a major feature of the AirPods Pro.
On Tuesday, a spokesperson from Samsung stated that the firm is excited to soon introduce the Galaxy Buds+. It was noted by the tech giant that the earbuds’ app will let iOS users enjoy the continuous optimized sound experience.
It’s said on the official page of the iOS app that the new app for the Galaxy Buds Plus works on iPhone from model 7 to later ones as well as iOS 10 or newer versions of the OS. There’s also a picture of the Galaxy Buds Plus and their charging case.
Next week, Samsung’s Unpacked event will take place in San Francisco. The company may unveil its upcoming flagship, the Galaxy S20, along with its second foldable smartphone that looks like the new Motorola Razr foldable phone. The Galaxy Buds Plus may be unveiled at the upcoming event too.
Samsung’s new wireless earbuds come at a time Apple is really successful with its AirPods Pro. The wireless earbuds are priced at Rs 17,720, helping Apple earned a record revenue in Q4 2019.