Samsung Galaxy Buds plus Hand-on-hand Exposure: Released February 11

On February 11, Samsung’s Galaxy Unpack launch will feature the Galaxy S20 series, and in fact the S20 company plans to release more products, including Samsung’s second folding phone, the Galaxy Z, and the new Samsung wireless headset Galaxy, according tomedia. Buds plus. Galaxy Z Flip has just appeared in the trailer for the 92nd Academy Awards.

Samsung Galaxy Buds plus Hand-on-hand Exposure: Released February 11

Meanwhile, Winfuture journalist Roland Quandt posted a photo of some of the Galaxy Buds Plus.

Samsung Galaxy Buds plus Hand-on-hand Exposure: Released February 11

Samsung Galaxy Buds plus Hand-on-hand Exposure: Released February 11

Samsung Galaxy Buds plus Hand-on-hand Exposure: Released February 11

Samsung Galaxy Buds plus Hand-on-hand Exposure: Released February 11

As you can see, the newly exposed wireless headsets are consistent with previous renderings posted online, so it’s designed to be similar to the buds of the next generation, but with subtle changes, such as a smooth shape. Some people may like the design some or prefer the matte effect, but Samsung’s focus may be on Buds Plus to deliver better sound quality and longer battery life.

It is understood that the new Galaxy Buds Plus is expected to be the same size as the old one, but is said to weigh 0.7grams per earbud.

This may be related to its use of a larger battery, the addition of additional speakers and headphone microphones. The new headset is also said to have an increase in battery capacity from 58 milliamps to 85 milliamps, and the battery capacity of the charging case will increase from 252 milliamps to 270 milliamps. This will reportedly result in 11 hours of playback time, up to 22 hours if the charging case is taken into account. The Galaxy Buds Plus will also support fast charging, with reports that a three-minute charge can provide up to an hour of playback time.

Other features of the new wireless headset are reportedly including synchronization, multi-device connectivity, two dynamic speakers and a three-microphone array. The outside of the headset will be touchable, and there are reports that users can play Spotify with touch feedback. In addition, the new Galaxy Buds Plus will introduce two new colors — blue and red. The Galaxy Buds Plus is said to be priced at $149.