Next Week the South Korean smartphone manufacturer is going to host Samsung’s Unpacked event on February 11. This year the company is going to introduce two new mobile phones globally, the Galaxy S20 series and Galaxy Z Flip. Besides this Samsung will also release Galaxy Buds+. Till now we already came across many rumours and leaks related to the upcoming Samsung smartphones. In a new development, a full specification sheet of Galaxy Earbuds successor has now been leaked on the web via an official App Store listing.
A famous tipster named Evan Blass has shared a full specification sheet of Galaxy Buds+ via its Twitter account that is known as @evaleaks. The spec sheets reveal key details of the upcoming device which has been compared with Galaxy Buds. As per the listing Buds+ will be carrying a price tag of $149 that translates to Rs 10,610.
The device packs 85mAh battery and the case has 270mAh battery which is an upgrade over its predecessor that comes with 58mAh battery while the case houses 252mAh battery. This means the upcoming device will be delivering a longer battery life. As per the listing, the Galaxy Buds+ will deliver 11 hours of playtime and 7,5 hours of talk time. With the case, the playback time increases to 22 hours and talk time to 15 hours.
Previously Galaxy Buds provided 100 minutes of playtime on 15 minutes of charging wheres now on 3 minutes of charging will provide 60 minutes of playtime. The new device also supports wireless charging.
With Bluetooth 5 connectivity Galaxy Buds+ offers multi-device connection, whereas its predecessor provided a single device connection. This time the company has provided two-way dynamic speakers having a woofer and a tweeter.
Moreover, the device can be connected to both Android and iOS devices. Also, it is said to come in 4 colour options Black, White, Blue and Red.
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