Today, is a big day for Samsung, because it released the much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S21 series smartphones that are among the first Snapdragon 888 devices. But current flagship smartphones come without those accessories we used to see in the packaging. Say, the latest iPhone 12 and Xiaomi Mi 11 came with no charger in the box. And we have already forgotten about the wired headphones long ago. This simply means smartphone owners should acquire these accessories separately. And they do. That’s why today, Samsung released the Galaxy Buds Pro headset, which supports active noise reduction. And it costs $200.
The Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro brings some interesting features, including the long-awaited active noise reduction, IPX7-rated two-way speakers, etc. Plus, the 11mm unit bass is lower, 6.5mm unit treble is more crisp, and it also provides 360-degree Dolby Head tracking audio. In addition, this headset can seamlessly switch between Samsung phones and tablets.
In terms of battery life, the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro can play 5 hours of music at a time with noise reduction turned on. And the charging box can provide an additional 18 hours of battery life. As you understand, the noise reduction is not used all the time. So when you turn it off, the battery life will be way longer.
In terms of appearance and color options, the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro are available in silver, black and purple. All variants will go on sale in some markets from January 14, priced at $199.99.