Samsung Galaxy Buds Bluetooth True Wireless Earbuds (Wireless charging Case included) Black – US Version with Warranty Reviews

By | April 28, 2020

Samsung Galaxy Buds Bluetooth True Wireless Earbuds (Wireless charging Case included) Black – US Version with Warranty Reviews and Specs

Power up to power on Get up to six hours of battery life with an additional seven hours from the case that doubles as a wireless charger Premium sound Tuned by AKG, an optimized driver offers substantial bass, while a volume driver gives you a wider range of sound Just what you want to hear Control how much surrounding noise you want with Ambient Aware. Quick Ambient Mode lets you hear traffic, flight announcements and coworkers calling out to you Sounds good. Feels good. Galaxy Buds come in three adjustable ear tip and wingtip sizes right from the box Resists water With splash resistant technology, your Galaxy Buds handle splashes, sweat and spills The Galaxy Buds pairs with both Android and iOS compatible devices via Bluetooth connection. Use with a smartphone and tablet running Android 5. 0 or higher & RAM 1. 5GB above. Automatic sync and Ambient Aware Mode only available for Android; iOS users can use Voice Command/Siri US Version: Comes with Quick Start Guide, and 1 Year Product (information on the retail package).Android 7.1.1 or higher required.Battery Capacity (Earbud):58mAh

3 thoughts on “Samsung Galaxy Buds Bluetooth True Wireless Earbuds (Wireless charging Case included) Black – US Version with Warranty Reviews

aSGoK says:

I also have a pair of Jabra Elite 65Ts as well, I threw in some photos of those for a size comparison.When they work they are nice, they work fine if I use them at work or around the house, but if I’m running or hiking they de-sync from each other and stutter CONSTANTLY.They dont seem to have a “master bud” like some sets do, you can just take out 1 and use that one and then take out the other when the first ones battery dies.Still, this took overall just about a minute. I don’t usually write reviews, or bother others with my thoughts on things, but since Samsung had such a chance to hit a home run with these, but boy did they miss, I figured I’d help others who were looking for the same things I was in these.I’m not kidding.As a previous owner of the Iconx 2018, I was expecting some of the same feature passed down.Samsung did just update them today which seems to have fixed Bluetooth issues but just know Samsung is working on fixing any issues we have with these.Here’s the pros and cons.I preordered my S10+ only to be one of the many who were unlucky enough to not get it included with the phone, and would subsequently have to wait “15 days for the promotional $130 gift card only for usage on Samsung.I love these, i have small ears and they fit great.Connection with my Samsung 10E was seamless.The carrying case is more compact than I had originally thought, and they pair with my phone before I can even put them on.But after having them for a week I am not as impressed as I hoped I would be.But this morning I decided to see how the other rubber fittings felt in my ears and WOW….So let me run though my list.Now straight to the point.One update to the firmware is all it would take.sound quality – very little Bass the reason I returned them is at full volume the headphones were not even loud whatsoever I $50 ENACFIRE Future earbuds off Amazon we’re probably almost 3x times louder then Samsung at Double the price.

tuAdk says:

It happens randomly, but the Bluetooth connection gets choppy when only a couple feet away from the Buds.The battery life is great, lasting the whole work day and well into the night on a single charge .I opened the ear bud case and my Galaxy S9 immediately notified me of a new set of buds in the area.The Bose fit nice and are comfortable but unfortunately look ridiculous on your ears.I saw a lot of great reviews and a lot of bad reviews on these.As a user of AirPods, Nuheara IQBuds, and Sony WH-1000XM3s, I am now using these as my daily drivers with good sound on “Dynamic” mode in the Equalizer within the Galaxy Wearable app.I also have the first generation air pods.I like how they don’t stick out of your ears like the Air Pods for example.They frequently cut out when playing music for no apparent reason.The case is small and fits easily in your pocket and the buds themselves are perfectly sized and feel great.Nice design, small and simple.If you’re using a samsung device the likelihood of sync issue goes away, but you still have connection issues.Fit is perfect and sound quality is awesome.It’s going to make me return them wanted to love these so bad but I need solid sound on a 12-mile run.But when they arrived at my house… I couldn’t open the box itself, of all problems, the box really??? There were black marks on the box that looked it has been wiped, there was a fingerprint on the bottom.I was hesitant at first of purchasing the Samsung Galaxy Buds because of all the hype, but then I seen all the positive reviews and decided to get them.I particularly like the fit, as the in-ear design both keeps them secure and blocks out noise.Sound quality is fantastic, but it can be subjective since I am not an audiophile everyone has different opinions.All of them are knock-off brands that I’ve picked up on Amazon for $15 – $20.

trirta says:

In terms of design, they far exceeded my expectations.That part I love! The Galaxy Ear Buds connect very easily, have nice software features and work great with my Note 9.The first is that the sound stutters a lot if your phone is not out in the open.While I love pretty much everything about these gotta say they honestly messed up with the mic.Their job is to transmit audio from your device, through them, to your ear, wirelessly over Bluetooth.Great noise cancelling for buds when mowing grass and on airplane.It’s not ideal for dedicated music consumption.Then the left earpiece started cutting out audio constantly..Positive + :– sound quality of music– battery life up to 18 hourse – touch of the buds is responsive and friendly use.Both buds would randomly cut out in the middle of a song and would continue for about 2 minutes until I turned off the buds and reconnected them.One thing I want to say is that I honestly believe many of the complaints about poor volume and Bass are due to operator error by not using the right settings on your phone.Spent over an hour with technical support till they agreed.These are a decent price and are fantastic.Unfortunately, negatives far surpass the positives.They are linked to the Galaxy Wearable app which controls different features including noise cancelling, the touchpad buttons, the equalizer, and the find my earbuds feature.A friend had these and I knew I had to try them..After a month the right earbud lost 80% volume.

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