Samsung has announced its second-generation true wireless earbuds, the Galaxy Buds Plus. They feature a design that’s more or less identical to the original Galaxy Buds but offer a number of improvements. The Galaxy Buds Plus are priced at $149 and will come in black, white, and blue color options.
They can last for up to 11 hours on a single charge, and the charging case extends that to 22 hours before everything needs to be juiced back up. In situations where the buds are completely dead, charging them for just three minutes over USB-C will get you an hour of playing time.
The Galaxy Buds Plus have dual dynamic drivers, so they should offer a step up in audio fidelity compared to the previous model. And you can see that there are now two external microphones a total of three, which Samsung says helps improve voice call performance.
he Galaxy Buds+ will be available February 14th in white, black, red and blue via Samsung’s website for $149.99 — $20 more than the Galaxy Buds. You can pre-order now. The earbuds will be available from other retailers in March.