This morning's S21 announcement found Samsung dropping $200 off the price of its flagship smartphone, and here the Galaxy Buds come in at $50 cheaper than the AirPods' asking price. It's not clearance-bin pricing exactly, but $199 is a pretty reasonable starting price. And Samsung's earbud track record is a pretty good indication that the headphones will be solid.


The buds get a stated five hours of on-board battery life. That bumps up to eight hours with active noise canceling and Bixby Voice off one of those things I can fairly easily live without. The case bumps things up to 18 and 28 hours, respectively. Pretty impressive claims for a quite small case.

There are a couple of features specifically for Samsung devices, including auto switching between phones and tablets, as well as Dolby head tracking and microphone capabilities for video recording on the Galaxy S21.


The buds are available in three colors and go up for order today. They'll hit retail tomorrow.


Resource: techcrunch.com


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Samsung answers Apple with the $199 Galaxy Buds Pro

This morning's S21 announcement found Samsung dropping $200 off the price of its flagship smartphone, and here the Galaxy Buds come in at $50 cheaper than the AirPods' asking price. It's not clearance-bin pricing exactly, but $199 is a pretty reasonable starting price. And Samsung's earbud track record is a pretty good indication that the headphones will be solid.


The buds get a stated five hours of on-board battery life. That bumps up to eight hours with active noise canceling and Bixby Voice off one of those things I can fairly easily live without. The case bumps things up to 18 and 28 hours, respectively. Pretty impressive claims for a quite small case.

There are a couple of features specifically for Samsung devices, including auto switching between phones and tablets, as well as Dolby head tracking and microphone capabilities for video recording on the Galaxy S21.


The buds are available in three colors and go up for order today. They'll hit retail tomorrow.


Resource: techcrunch.com


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