Samsung Galaxy Buds announced as Apple AirPod contender

Samsung Galaxy Buds (yellow)

The Samsung Galaxy Buds is a new in-ear wireless earbuds the company announced during its Unpacked 2019 event. Samsung has released them to directly target the Apple AirPods, offering them at a lower price with some interesting features.

Color Black, White, Yellow
Weight Earbud: 5.6g per earbud
Case: 39.6g
Size Earbud: 17.5 (W) x 19.2 (D) x 22.3 (H) mm
Case: 38.8 (W) x 70 (D) x 26.5 (H) mm
Battery Earbud: 58mAh
Charging case: 252mAh
USB Type-C
Speaker 5.8pi Dynamic Driver
Audio Audio Codec: SBC, AAC, Scalable (Samsung proprietary)
Connectivity Bluetooth 5.0
Sensor Accelerometer, Proximity, Hall, Touch, Ear on/off detection
Compatibility Android 5.0 or later, RAM 1.5GB or above

The Galaxy Buds are powered by AKG technology, which is an Enhanced Ambient Sound that allows users to hear their surroundings very clear even while the buds are in their ears. It makes it easier to remain aware of your environment while still listening to their favorite music.

The earbuds also use something called Adaptive Dual Microphone, which is supposed to provide a clear voice in both lout and quiet environments.

Samsung Galaxy Buds (black)

According to Samsung, the Galaxy Buds offer up to six hours of Bluetooth streaming, and up to five hours of calls. Additionally, the compact case holds a charge for up to seven hours, while a 15-minute quick charge can give you another 1.7 hours of battery life.

Samsung Galaxy Buds (white)

The Galaxy Buds feature device-to-device power sharing, which lets you charge the earbuds using your Galaxy S10 when you don't have a wireless charger around. These are also the first earbuds from Samsung to feature Bixby integration, allowing you to activate the digital assistant with your voice to make calls, send texts or check battery life.

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