Samsung's Galaxy Buds Live are just $109.99 on Amazon today

If you've been waiting for a solid deal on Samsung's Galaxy Buds Live, Amazon has one today. The company is offering 38% off of the normal price of $169.99, so you can get it today for $109.99. It's Amazon's Deal of the Day, so don't expect to be able to find the same price tomorrow.

The bean-shaped Samsung Galaxy Buds Live offer sound that's Tuned by AKG, and they feature a 12mm speaker and bass duct, plus three microphones. There's a "Voice Pickup Unit", which should make you more audible when making calls with the buds, plus it might be useful for summoning Bixby with your voice. Additionally, the microphones enable active noise cancellation (ANC), though you'll need the Galaxy Wearable app on Android or the Galaxy Buds app on iOS.

The Buds Live also support Game Mode, which is meant to reduce audio latency when playing games where timing is important. It's possible to share music with multiple people using a new Buds Together feature on Galaxy smartphones too.

The Galaxy Buds Live also promise up to six hours of battery life. The case charges the truly wireless earbuds as well, offering an additional 15 hours. Moreover, the case can be charged wirelessly, so if you've got a smartphone with reverse wireless charging, you can charge your earbuds on the go.

The Galaxy Buds work with both iOS and Android 5.0+ devices with 1.5GB of RAM and above. Of course, you can use them with any Bluetooth-enabled device, but iOS and Android are where you'll find the companion app that lets you adjust settings, install firmware updates, and so on.

If you want to check out the Samsung Galaxy Buds on Amazon, you can find them here. They are available in four colors, Mystic Bronze, Mystic White, Mystic Red, and Mystic Black. The deal ends at midnight Pacific Time.

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