Samsung unveils the Galaxy Buds+ with up to 22 hours of total battery life

Alongside the all-new generation of the Galaxy S20 series, Samsung introduced today the latest iteration to its wireless earbuds. Perhaps the most important enhancement of the Galaxy Buds+ is their battery life upgrade, 11 hours for the buds and 11 hours for the case for a total of 22 hours music playback on a single charge.

In comparison, the previous version boasted only up to 13 hours of audio streaming. Additionally, the Galaxy Buds+ have much more to offer to consumers in terms of audio quality. The Buds+ have three microphones and a two-way dynamic speaker powered by AKG.

The charging case also includes support for Samsung's Wireless PowerShare feature to wirelessly juice it up with your wireless charging-enabled Galaxy phone as a charging pad. In terms of accessibility, the touch-enabled Galaxy Buds+ allow you to quickly access Spotify with a single tap, according to Samsung. Plus, you can customize the tap-and-hold actions.

The Galaxy Buds+ will be available from February 14 for $149.99. The earbuds are compatible with an Android or iOS device, which is new for the Buds+.

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