Over a week after its launch along with the Galaxy S20 series, the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ is now available in the Philippines.
As a recap, the new Samsung Galaxy Buds+ is the successor to the Galaxy Buds unveiled in 2019. Compared to its successor, it has improved audio quality thanks to its tweeter, woofer, and dynamic speakers tuned by AKG.
The Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus also has a 3-mic adaptive system that can greatly improve call quality. An inner mic works together with 2 outer mics which help block the unwanted noise in the environment during phone calls.
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For the battery, the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ can now last for up to 11 hours of uninterrupted listening as each earbud is loaded with 85mAh. And with the 270mAh case, you can get an additional 11 hours for a total of 22 hours of uptime. The earbuds also charges very quickly, as a 3-minute wired charging can juice it up to get up to an hour of usage. In addition, it also has wireless charging support.
Other highlights include the instant play feature which activates by doing a long press. There’s also an option to increase the volume of ambient sounds (vs music) to help the user hear the surrounding environment without taking the earbuds off.
You can now purchase the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ in the Philippines for a price of Php6,990.