The latest leaks of the Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus suggest that the earbuds will come to win white, black and light blue. Similar details were shared by other leakers such as XDA last month. The leaks also suggest that the earbuds will have left and right buttons, which will be located in the charging case.
The Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus packs in a number of features
As the Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus will come with a bigger battery, it will last for more than 12 hours. It also comes with many audio quality improvements. However, the earbuds will not see active noise cancellation. The leakers also claim that the earbuds will be 50% more expensive than previous models and that is going to be quite exorbitant for most people.
The Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus is known for its unique clarity and power. Most people purchase these earbuds to use alongside their phones and tablets. It is not clear when they will actually arrive in the market. However, when they do, they will surely be accepted by users as one of the most attractive earbuds in the market.
Here are some of the unique advantages of Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus
- The new earbuds are very ergonomic and fit into the ears very well.
- They are also comfortable to wear and do not fall out easily.
- The Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus is made from high-quality material, making the earbuds last for a long time.
- The earbuds are also stylish and look great on the user if they choose to wear them outside.
Samsung tries hard to conquer a burgeoning market
Samsung has been on a spree lately and has launched a number of products, including an unrelated garment cleanser. In addition, Samsung’s Galaxy S20 will arrive on the market soon. S20’s specs were unveiled a little while ago too, and the smartphone is expected to be very powerful and feature-rich.
The S20 will, of course, be compatible with these new earbuds and will be a great way to interact with all kinds of media. Samsung has had to fight with a number of competitors in recent months. Huawei is growing rapidly, and so is OnePlus and other Asian giants. Though Samsung had initially envisioned Apple as its major competitor, things seem to have changed quite drastically. Coincidentally, leaker Ishan Agarwal’s claims seem quite realistic.