Earbuds are in right now. It goes without saying that Samsung will not let a business opportunity slide. To swipe Samsung fans off their feet, Galaxy Buds were launched on March 8th, 2019. Galaxy Buds are fully wireless. After its success, Samsung came in swinging with Galaxy Buds Plus, which is a newer version of Galaxy Buds.
This is not the first time Samsung is putting products in its wireless products pool. Samsung had previously launched two generations of the Gear IconX. However, Gear IconX and Galaxy Buds are not the same. Galaxy Buds is part of the Galaxy range of products by Samsung – along with other products in the range including Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, and Galaxy S10e.
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Galaxy Buds – An overview
The Galaxy Buds are an advanced version of earbuds. They are not heavy on the pocket and come in with a dual-driver design for enhanced sound quality. The in-built battery lasts up to 11 hours per charge which is considerably higher than what other products provide.
The Galaxy Buds are well designed and attractive. They come in an all-white iridescent look on the outside. The design aims for classy and elegant, and it delivers! Also, the Galaxy Buds come with a charging case. The earbuds have a compact look; and carry with them rubber wingtips of varying sizes (small, medium, and large) for the user’s convenience.
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Galaxy Buds launch
Samsung Galaxy Buds were out on March 8th, 2019 with a price tag of INR 10,990. It must be noted that these are still cheaper in comparison to the Apple AirPods. Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus are available from February 14th, 2020.
It seems Samsung has put up some tough competition for Apple AirPods. Galaxy Buds are value for money. Samsung has attempted to outdo Apple AirPods in terms of design and quality. If you are out looking for a pair of wireless earphones, Galaxy Buds must definitely be one of your top choices.