Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Buds+ won't have active noise canceling

Ro, 06 January 2020

The release of the next-generation Galaxy Buds is nearing and we expect to see them next month alongside the Galaxy S20-series. The latest tip coming from the reliable leakster, Ice Universe reveals more about the upcoming truly wireless headphones.

Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Buds+ won't have active noise canceling

According to it, the Galaxy Buds+ will miss on the expected active noise canceling feature and instead offer better battery life, fast charging and improved sound quality. This info does make some sense after the leaked image from the other day revealed no design changes besides the Sky Blue color option.

Then again, if the Galaxy Buds+ offer a significant improvement in the most important aspects like battery life and sound quality, then the absence of ANC could be overlooked by some potential buyers.



Reader comments

  • albert
  • 08 Jan 2020
  • pB$

I actually own a pair of Galaxy Buds and for the price they kind of suck and mostly because of teh abominable microphone. I can't use them for audio calls in teh street and is sometimes get asked if I'm on speaker when i talk from my house. Audio qua...

  • Jan
  • 07 Jan 2020
  • C9a

Have you guys used galaxy buds? You can somehow no longer hear anything if you use it. It even has ambient sound mode so you can hear outside noise. You guys are just picky no tech site can explain the sound experience from using this. I have both ai...

  • Anonymous
  • 07 Jan 2020
  • i8x

Cos take airpods for example. They can be used for 5 hours on a single charge and can be recharged 5 times using the case. 15 minutes in the case gives you 3 hours of listening time. And you can charge and use the airpods individually. So after 4.5h ...

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