Alongside the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Series, the company has globally launched a new truly wireless earbuds Galaxy Buds Live at $169.99. The Galaxy Buds Live comes with a beautiful and iconic design, optimized for a better experience that can last up to 21 hours. Here is Techsavvy, shares the latest tech news, complete specifications and feature of this Galaxy Buds Live with you all.
Samsung Galaxy Buds Live: Specifications and Feature
The Samsung Galaxy Buds Live feature a 12mm drivers with AKG tuning. The Galaxy buds Live come in bean-shaped, eye-catching and ergonomic design. The Buds Live are polished off with a glossy finish and come with a jewellery box-inspired case. The case is super handy while you’re on the go. The Galaxy Buds Live earphones are Samsung’s first to feature active noise cancellation.
The Buds Live offers IPX2 water resistance, and also support Samsung’s Bixby voice assistant. Samsung Galaxy Buds Live also features touch controls and app-based customization via the Samsung Galaxy Buds iOS and Galaxy Wearable Android apps.
In addition, there are 2 microphones available on the outer part of the earphones and 1 on the inside.
As far as connectivity concerns, the Buds Live uses Bluetooth v5.0 and features SBC, AAC, and Scalable Bluetooth codecs.
The Galaxy Buds Live packed with a 60mAh of battery while the case has a 472mAh battery. For charging, the buds live has a USB Type-C port and also features Qi wireless case charging. The Buds Live can deliver up to 29 hours of battery life per charge and the buds can offer up to 8 hours per charge. There’s also fast charging, offering 1-hour playback with five minutes of price.
Price & Availability
The Samsung Galaxy Buds Live are available in three different colour variants – black, bronze, and white. The Buds Live is available at $169.99 (approximately Rs. 12,700).
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