Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 might launch into the market soon with increased battery life as well as an active noise-cancelling earbud. Which t would compete directly with Apple’s Airpods Pro.
Chances are, Samsung may be considering an alternative to Airpods pro.
According to a blogpost by Pocket-Lint, each bud may have a capacity of “300mAh”, while the case may have a capacity of “600mAh.”
Compared to the Samsungs existing Galaxy buds, the new ones have a Tripple battery life.
As reported by Droid Life, the buds detail Bluetooth connectivity, as well they also reveal an increase in battery size.
The predecessor of the buds, from the FCC filing, reveal that showed 150mA earbuds and 500mA charging case,
While at the retail stores the pair actually says 100mA earbuds and 400mA case which means there is a possible chance that they might be slightly slower than the leaked specs.
Samsung Galaxy Buds versus the Apple Airpods 2
Compared to Airpods, the buds have cool features such as the adjustable equalizer and estimated 6-hour battery charging case. In the other hand, the Airpods have only a 5-hour battery charging case and with no equalizer.
While the Galaxy bud comes in white, black and yellow colours, the Airpods are only available in white, which limits the consumers on colour choices.
Apple’s Airpod 2 is pricey, going at around $199 while the Samsung Galaxy Buds are predicted to sell at $129.
According to Tomsguide blog, the Galaxy Buds have the right specs. Not big and not small. WWhen placed in ears, the buds create a tight, fairly secure seal that doesn’t exert any painful or uncomfortable pressure on ears, even after wearing them for 2 hours.
While the AirPods are so light that you can barely feel them in your ears. It makes for an immensely comfortable wearing experience. They are very small compared to the Galxy Buds, thus they can’t create a tight-enough seal.
The Galaxy Buds depending on the number of taps delivered. They allow a user to play/pause your music, answer/end a call, cue up the digital assistant and skip tracks.
You can also configure a long tap with one of three features: Voice Command, Quick Ambient Sound and Volume Down.
Whereas with the buds, you can assign only one of four features either Siri, Play/Pause, Next Track and Previous Track to each stem at a time.
And if you’re not using an iPhone or other iOS device, that means you’ll be touching your connected device a lot more often than you’d like.
However, despite the price differences, the devices offer almost the same capabilities.