Samsung has announced today (11), a new generation of earbuds, completely wireless, the samsung Galaxy Buds+. The launch came just as predicted in the rumor, that means the battery is almost twice that of the autonomy, and the visual is quite similar to the representative of the previous generation, and that he is still on the market.
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The few external differences are a new light blue color, with microphone extra close the two of them, and one that promises to leave a voice more clear during a call, thus eliminating the noise that is external – it does not cancel out the other noises such as headphones with active noise cancellation.
Battery life up to 11 hours
The battery stores, and 46.5% lower energy, is going to be 85 product (58 positions), and this means that, along with changes in the internal, and the headset can play music for up to 11 hours. This is the greatest achievement of this generation, as in the previous model, comes in at six o’clock.
The case has remained in the same size, but they have lost the ability to recharge, and now it is just a thorough, taking up to 22 hours of use without touching the jack, or on a surface of the wireless charging. The inside of the box, the Buds+ earn one hour of music-if you stay at least three minutes, saved, and re-charging.
In addition, the built-in speaker on the Galaxy, Buds, Plus it’s bi-directional, and Samsung says that it delivers the treble much clearer and the bass more present. This is an important point, as the current Galaxy Buds are suffering because of the lack of bass makes the music experience more in the flat. In the end, a new Galaxy of Buds, Plus they come with a link that it opens it up with a tap on the phone.
With the launch of the Galaxy Buds, is scheduled for the 14th of this month and in the colors black, white, and blue, and priced at US$ 149 on the outside, to US$ 19 more than the previous generation. They will be launched in Brazil, and we just don’t know when.