Samsung introduced the Galaxy Buds in February 2019. The company is now working on the successor to the wearable. Ahead of the official announcement, the alleged Samsung Galaxy Buds+ wearable has been leaked through a video in the Samsung SmartThings Android app version 1.7.41-25. The design of the upcoming earbuds is believed to be similar to their predecessor. A charging case is visible in the video, however, there’s not much information about its specifications and features. One cannot say if the ANC is included, but they are likely to arrive with a USB Type-C port, fast charging support, and wireless charging. An ameliorated battery life will be in the offing, according to recent speculations. The Samsung Galaxy Buds+ are also expected to launch in a variety of colours other than white.
In retrospect, the Galaxy Buds were launched in three shades – Black, White and Yellow. For charging, they sport a USB Type-C port and an LED charging indicator. Additionally, the earbuds can be charged by simply placing them on the back panel of the Samsung Galaxy S10. They feature AKG-tuned audio and two microphones including one inner ear and one outer ear. They house a 58mAh battery while the charging case is equipped with a 252mAh battery. According to the company, the Galaxy Buds can provide up to five hours of phone calls and up to six hours of Bluetooth streaming. Thanks to the charging case, users can boost their Galaxy Buds with a quick fifteen-minute charge to provide 1.7 hours of playback.
While we haven’t received much information about the Samsung Galaxy Buds+, their launch is expected on February 18th, 2020. This is all we know for now but we will keep you updated with new information that surfaces online.