Samsung will also launch its true wireless headset, the Galaxy Bud Plus, at the Unpack launch on February 11th. In previous rumours, the Galaxy Buds Plus will target Apple’s AirPods Pro, but unfortunately the latest news is that the headset does not have active noise reduction.
After the launch of Apple’s AirPods Pro, many Samsung fans thought the upcoming Galaxy Buds Plus would be a pair of competitors, competing positively in the market. But the latest news is that Samsung has decided to skip the active noise reduction feature on the new headset. Buds-Plus doesn’t change much in appearance, but Samsung has realigned the interior design and the overall sound quality will be significantly improved.
In previous rumors, the Galaxy Bud Plus had a battery capacity of 58mAh, butmedia reported that it would be equipped with 85mAh, allowing it to last up for 12 hours on full charge. For Galaxy Bud deep users, this is good news.
In addition, there will be significant improvements on Buds Plus for the quality of calls that are the most slotted by Galaxy Buds. The Galaxy Buds Plus comes with four microphones, twice as many as Buds. But how much effect has actually been improved, but still need to be further tested and feedback after the listing.