Samsung Galaxy Buds+ in-hand video is leaked before the official launch. The Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus are expected to launch on 11th February at the company’s Unpacked 2020 event. The Unpacked 2020 event is scheduled on February 11 in San Francisco. This event will unveil the company’s first flagship of the year including Galaxy S20 series, the second foldable phone and the Galaxy Z Flip.
Samsung Galaxy Buds+ hands-on video leaks
As per the reports, the event will also launch the Galaxy Buds+ which is now leaked before its official launch. The hands-on video has been leaked, which shows all the details about the new wireless earbuds.
A leakster Roland Quandt bought a pair of Galaxy Buds+ before its market release. He got the wireless earbuds via European retailer. As the leakster got the device, he has uploaded a video of unboxing the new Samsung Galaxy Buds+. However, the earbuds are not launched in the market, so this video ends the mystery around everything.
Check out the leaked video:
From the video, we can see the design is much similar to the one we saw last year. But the two are different in specifications. As per the leak, the new earbuds have improved audio quality with AKG-tuned dual-drivers (tweeter and woofer). On each side, there are three microphones for better call quality, and it also doubles the battery life.
The upcoming new earbuds also have optical sensors which automatically pause the music when you remove the earbuds from ears. The case of the new buds is slightly different.
These earbuds also have ambient sound, and it has come with increased talk time, wireless charging, Game mode and even Spotify gesture. The active noise cancelling setup is not available in the Buds+. The earbuds will be available in four colours: red, white, black and blue.
Samsung will sell the Buds plus at the price of $150 (approx Rs 10,000). These Galaxy Buds+ are the successor to Samsung Galaxy Buds.