If you've been around these past few weeks then you have definitely already seen the stunning new "Aura Glow" color of the upcoming Galaxy Note 10+. And what better way to compliment a shiny new phone than a shiny new pair of truly wireless headphones. The Galaxy Buds are already listed on a few of Samsung's regional websites in the new "silver" finish. The color effect appears to be identical to that on the upcoming Note10 and renders probably don't do it justice.
Besides the color, though, there seems to be no change in the new Galaxy Buds. The price is the same (EUR 149.90). They even have the exact same model number as before. That doesn’t mean that Samsung isn't working to improve the Buds behind the scenes. An update popped-up on one of our pairs just yesterday, fixing a few issues. Even so, there are still some caveats, which you can read more about in our in-depth review.
Luckily, if you still prefer to shy away from truly wireless audio gear for one reason or another (and there are some valid ones) there is also talk of a new AKG branded wired pair of buds in the works to also come alongside the new Galaxy Note. These will likely feature active noise cancellation and a Type-C port, since by all accounts Samsung will be skipping the 3.5mm audio jack on the Note10 this year.
Another accessory that is likely to drop alongside the Note10 is the new Galaxy Watch Active 2. It already made its way through the FCC. You can check out the full specs sheet on the wearable here.
Well feel free to enjoy them. Next year Samsung wont add them for free to the phone. Jack has been erased soon they will add any earbuds as an optional gear to purchase but not included in box but price remains same like if they were inculuded.
Maybe close but the battery life won't be long. These true wireless earbuds are known to have good battery life.