Samsung’s wireless Galaxy Buds are the next generation earbuds. And they are even tipped in the company’s own Galaxy Wearable app. Samsung officially debuted its new Galaxy Buds alongside the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+. The Galaxy Buds have an Ambient Sound mode that will pipe in audio from the world around you. There’s even a Quick Ambient Mode that you can activate with a tap.
The Galaxy Buds sense this automatically and switch from the microphone on the outside to that mic on the inside. Well, these true wireless earbuds aren’t just for listening; they’re designed for talking too.
Samsung’s wireless Galaxy Buds
Samsung is also advertizing an ‘Enhanced Ambient Sound’ feature that allow the users hear their surroundings when required. It has an Adaptive Dual Microphone tech, which features one inner microphone and one outer microphone in each earbud. That allows the users to hear easily when speaking both in quiet and loud environments. The Galaxy Buds come with a 5.8pi dynamic driver in each earbud. They are powered by Bixby voice assistant; the company claims that the earphones understand instructions in British English, German, Italian, and Spanish languages. Users can use voice commands to make calls, send text messages or check the battery life.
The earphones connect to the smartphone with Bluetooth 5.0. They are powered by a 58mAh battery in each earbud, which is claimed by the company to deliver up to 5 hours of calling, or up to 6 hours of music playback on a single charge.
The charging case features a 252mAh battery, delivering a boost of up to 7 hours – increasing music playback time to 13 hours and talk time to 11 hours, Samsung claims. The charging case can deliver up to 1.7 hours of playback with a 15-minute charge. Further, the charging case and are also compatible with the company’s Wireless PowerShare feature that lets them be charged wirelessly by the Galaxy S10 series of smartphones.