Galaxy Buds+ changing the way you experience sound.
Introducing Galaxy Buds+.
Our first-ever wireless earbuds with 2-way speaker delivering sound by AKG with rich treble and bass, and adaptive
3-mic system for crystal clear calls, and long-lasting battery power — all for a premium listening experience.
Galaxy Buds+ Introduction.
Galaxy Buds+ changing the way you experience sound. Our first-ever wireless earbuds with 2-way speaker delivering sound by AKG with rich treble and bass, and adaptive 3-mic system for crystal clear calls, and long-lasting battery power — all for a premium listening experience.
Escape into your music
Rich, natural sound is now expanded by Galaxy Buds+ new, 2-way dynamic speaker system and boosted driver. The powerful bass and crisp high notes will have you moving to the beat wherever you go.
Speak without having
Enjoy crystal clear calls and unparalleled voice quality with 2 innovative outer mics that pick up your voice and preserve it against background noises.
Adapts to noise, so you don’t have to
Galaxy Buds+ adaptive 3 microphone system makes sure you’re being heard over distracting noises. The 2 outer mics work
together with the inner mic to block out surrounding sounds while you’re on a call.
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The Samsung Galaxy Buds+ is the update the company’s truly wireless earbuds (the original Samsung Galaxy Buds) desperately needed: they offer better battery life, improved call audio thanks to a third internal microphone, and a new dual-driver design that uses two powerful drivers for better, clearer sound. On top of that, there’s finally support for iOS through the new Samsung Galaxy Buds+ app.
The downside? The new Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus lacks high-end audio codecs and a higher IPX4 rating that the Apple AirPods Pro has. That’s not even mentioning the fact that they don’t offer any form of noise reduction/noise cancellation, nor have a built-in voice assistant like other truly wireless earbuds out there.
The new Galaxy Buds+ sport a very similar design to their predecessors, with slick pearlescent housings and adjustable silicone ear tips. They come in red, white, blue, and black, and you should be able to find a color that suits your sense of style – something that can’t be said for the strictly-white AirPods.
As of March 10, the Galaxy Buds Plus also comes in pink – however, that option is only available in South Korea at the time of writing.
Eschewing the long ear stems of the AirPods and the AirPods Pro, these sleek little buds pop neatly into their charging case and into your ear, being held in place by a small nub that catches a fold in your outer ear.
At 17.5 x 22.5 x 19.2mm, they fill up most of the ear canal (which helps them stay in while working out) and protrude slightly out of the ears. Because of that design choice we had issues wearing these earbuds while laying in bed as the constant pressure on the buds from the pillow made them uncomfortable in the ear.
In terms of customization, inside the box you’ll find additional ear tips in three different sizes, a larger nub to hold the earbuds in place if they’re falling out and a rubber ring if you don’t want any nub on the outer edges of the buds.
Samsung Galaxy smartphone owners and anyone with an Android device should consider the new Galaxy Buds+ Although Wireless PowerShare is a Samsung exclusive, other important features including Spotify integration, are available across Android. Plus, even iPhone users will benefit from AAC support for lag-free media playback. Then, there are things everyone can enjoy like IPX2 water-resistance and nearly 12 hours of playtime on a single charge.
Specification: Galaxy Buds+