07 February 2020
We have seen the alleged renders of the Galaxy Buds+ many times before but this is for the first time that the complete specs sheet of the accessory has surfaced, thanks to the very known tipster Evan Blass. This appears to be a screenshot taken from some official promotional stuff, something which is yet to go official on the website.
The shared image shows the specifications difference between the old Galaxy Buds and the upcoming one that goes by the name Galaxy Buds Plus. The difference clearly shows that the Buds Plus are going to be a considerable upgrade over the previous one.
The biggest notable difference is the battery capacity that the new Buds+ holds bigger. The accessory’s battery capacity has been increased from 58mAH to 85mAH and the case’s jumps from 252mAH to 270mAH. Samsung has also mentioned that this should nearly double battery life, with playtime jumping from 6 to 11 hours with the Buds alone and 13 hours to 22 hours with the case. Also, the fast charging also gets a boost with just 3 minutes, providing an hour of playtime.
The Buds+ now also includes a multi-device connection over Bluetooth 5, compared to only a single-device connection earlier. Also, the speaker is now a two-way dynamic (woofer and tweeter). There is now one extra outer microphone. The new Buds+ will include four colors, where White and Black colors are the same, and Yellow and Silver have now been replaced with Blue and Red. There is also some sort of Spotify integration included.
Also, if the leaked spec sheet is to be believed then the new Buds+ aren’t going to feature the speculated active noise cancellation. And, this move has allowed Samsung to keep the price low, which is $149.
So, almost everything about the Buds+ is leaked now and we just have to wait for the official announcement now.