Samsung Galaxy Buds+ are the next edition of the wireless ear buds that will directly compete with Apple AirPods Pro. Unlike their competitor, they will not feature active noise cancellation but the size of the batteries will be significantly improved so that you can use it for days without needing to charge it multiple times.
The Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event is scheduled to take place on the 11th of February and will be a grand stage for launch of multiple products. With so many rumors abound, it can be comfortably claimed that the brand will launch three Galaxy S20 series smartphones combined with the Galaxy Z Fold phone.
The Galaxy Z is the successor to the widely successful albeit being super expensive Galaxy Fold phone first generation. The second generation model looks much more promising with a clamshell design like the Motorola Razr and also has a stylish punch hole camera in the front. The design aesthetics are much better on this product with no crease in the folded area and paves way for touchscreen foldable phones in the next few years.
Along with so many launches, Samsung Galaxy Buds+ will also be unveiled in the event. They will be similar to the previous generation Buds but will have significant improvement in terms of design, comfort and sound quality. Another area that Samsung engineers will strongly focus on is increasing the battery size so that users can use it for their music without having to worry about the battery draining out.
The new Galaxy S20 smartphones may bundle the Galaxy Buds+ as an add on as it was previously done in the past by many retailers. It makes it easier for most people to adopt the new launch as well as overcome the fact that the new phones will get rid of the 3.5mm headphone jack which was prevalent in all previous Galaxy flagship models.