Here are all of the details you need to know:
The Galaxy Buds are $150 and they 8217;ll be available on Samsung.com starting February 14, 2020, and then at retailers and mobile phone operators starting March 6, 2020.
If you pre-order a Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20 Ultra, which were also unveiled at the event, you will get Samsung credits of up to $200 that can be used toward the purchase of the Galaxy Buds , which could make them effectively free.
You 8217;ll be able to buy them in one of these Samsung colors: Cosmic Black, white, red, and Cloud Blue.
Battery life will be a very generous 11 hours per charge. As with the Galaxy Buds, the case will only carry about one full recharge, for 22 hours of total playtime. Three minutes of fast charging will get you an extra 60 minutes.
With a new dual-driver design and audio tuning by AKG, sound quality is expected to be even better than the Galaxy Buds. Samsung has described it as 8220;studio-quality that is balanced, detailed and natural. 8221; The company says that Ambient mode 8212; which allows the passthrough of outside sounds via the onboard mics 8212; has also been beefed up.
Beyond these top-line features, the Galaxy Buds will also have a few other cool aspects:
For the price, Samsung has definitely provided a lot of value. Should they be your next true wireless earbuds? Check back with us soon 8212; we 8217;ll have our first impressions and a full review shortly.