Samsung has introduced the Galaxy Buds cord-free earbuds for those who want a seamlessly connected experience on the go. The sound is designed by AKG and the Enhanced Ambient Sound allows you to hear your surroundings clearly even while the buds are in your ears.
The Adaptive Dual Microphone uses one inner microphone and one outer microphone in each earbud, so you can deliver your voice clearly in both loud and quiet environments. The company claims that the 58mAh earbuds can last up to six hours on Bluetooth streaming, and up to five hours of calls. The compact case holds a charge for up to seven hours and gives the Galaxy Buds 1.7 hours on a 15-minute quick charge. The charging case packs 252mAh of juice.
Galaxy Buds come with Bixby integration, meaning you can activate your intelligent assistant quickly without ever picking up your phone. Connectivity includes Bluetooth 5.0, USB-C and sensors on board include Accelerometer, Proximity, Hall, Touch, Ear on/off detection. It packs a 5.8pi Dynamic Driver.
The Samsung Galaxy Buds come in Black and White colors, priced at $129.99 (Rs. 9,245 approx.) and will be available from Samsung.com and major retailers and carriers starting March 8, 2019.