Samsung Galaxy Buds: Bluetooth Wireless Earbuds

Published on April 19, 2019

The Samsung Galaxy S10 is possibly the most influential phones to be released in the last decade. With its triple camera, incredibly fast processor, and the excess internal and external storage, the Samsung Galaxy S10 is one of the best phones currently in the market. However, the Samsung galaxy S10 didn’t just bring with it incredibly powerful specs, but it also brought the Samsung Galaxy Buds, Samsung’s take on truly wireless headphones.

The Samsung Galaxy Buds feature incredibly powerful and fine tuned sound specifically by AKG for you and your everyday tasks. While these headphones lack the bass that you would otherwise associate with headphones at this price, the Samsung Galaxy Buds more than make up for the lack of bass with stellar clarity and incredible dynamic range. This ensures that every note and word you hear is presented with the most clarity.

Noise isolation is one of the core features that nearly all premium headphones on the market now offer, but the Galaxy Buds take it a step further. By activating Ambient Aware, the Buds will automatically seal out unnecessary noise and will only let in specific noises.

Thanks to the innovative technology that Samsung has brought to the Buds you can still hear sounds like airplane announcements and your friends calling you out.

True wireless headphones have to overcome one major hurdle that other types of headphones don’t, they have to fit just right. Without being irritating or disturbing, the Galaxy Buds manage to fit in the ear perfectly, especially thanks to the three different tip sizes that they provide.

The Galaxy Buds also have an extensive battery life of six hours, with the casing providing you with an additional seven hours worth of charge. The case also acts as a wireless charger that can provide almost two hours of battery with only 15 minutes of charge.

The Samsung Galaxy buds are one of the best wireless headphones that you can currently buy, especially if you have the Galaxy S10.

Photo credit: Samsung

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