I wish it will also come with the transparency mode like the Airpods pro
it is strange Samsung has already released noise cancelling earbuds, not sure about those galaxy buds X
AKG-N400 or something like that
Anonymous, 03 May 2020It looks like they'd easily bounce out of your ear and be 'lost' at the slightest bump or jost... moreif you ain't tried it, don't comment about how well it stays on. Can prob hook somewhere inside the ear
Luxor, 03 May 2020The form factor... very original. Aside from being teased to look like a soy beam or a kidney.... moreits call active noise cancelation, it lowers the low frequencies with software wirh thebbuilt into the chip. It"s like how a hearing aid doesn't plug in all the way, but people are still loud af even if you aren't close to them
Anon, 03 May 2020The design just looks terrible and it might easily fall off. also feels like it might irritate... moreif you ain't tried it, don't comment about how well it stays on. Can prob hook somewhere inside the ear
Sifat, 02 May 2020At the end of the day, when everything is said and done.... Nothing comes close to Sony's WF10... moreErm...Samsung's Galaxy Buds+ absolutely smoke Sony's WF1000XM3 buds for battery life off a charge - 11hrs playback for the Galaxy Buds+ vs 6hrs playback for the WF1000XM3s. The Galaxy Buds+ also have wireless charging.
The Jabra Elite 75t/Elite Active 75t also have better battery time (7.5 - 8hrs playback) and are far more water/sweat/dust resistant than the Sony WF1000XM3. They'll be soon getting wireless case charging too.
Both Samsung and Jabra earbuds have a cheaper RRP too.
The only thing the Sony WF1000XM3 leads on is ANC.
The design just looks terrible and it might easily fall off. also feels like it might irritate the ear after prolonged usage. the apple airpods have nailed the design comfort and weight.
It looks like they'd easily bounce out of your ear and be 'lost' at the slightest bump or jostle. It seems to me to be kind of interesting but have to be replaced too often and impractical.
The form factor... very original. Aside from being teased to look like a soy beam or a kidney. I wonder how this thing do noise cancellation without silicone tips.
The one thing they should actually do is allow them to be used as hearing aids. They have a mic for noise cancellation or could use a separate mic and use the phone as the amplifier. They would be much cheaper than actual hearing aids and you could customise them via an app.
Looks like hearing aids. No thanks. The designer should be sent to the firing squad
If it sounds great, comfortable fit, as easy to connect like airpods I don't see why it shouldn't sell well
Such innovation ...
Lmao ugliest buds by far. Even cheaper ones looks better
These looks great! First branded earphones which is not sticking out from your ears.
God I really hope there is onboard-mp3 player storage like the Icon X buds so we don't have to rely on drop-out Bluetooth
Anon, 02 May 2020And here I thought that Pixel Buds was ugly. Samsung phones may look astonishing but this gala... moreLol... It actually looks good because the shape of it is base on the shape of the curvature of our ear... So it means it will gonna stick more safetly and will not bulge,bump out or even hang on our ears
And here I thought that Pixel Buds was ugly. Samsung phones may look astonishing but this galaxy buds x really just sucks
If 1st gen airpods can stick in ears during workout i hope these can too