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The Samsung Galaxy Buds+ are $50 off today on Amazon, down to $99.99

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Samsung introduced the Galaxy Buds+ wireless earbuds along with the Galaxy S20 series of its phones back in February last year for $149.99, and now they are being discounted on Amazon as part of its Deal of the Day offerings in the U.S. by 33%, meaning they are now $50 off for just $99.99.

As a reminder of some of the highlights, perhaps the most important enhancement of the Galaxy Buds+ is their battery life, 11 hours for the buds and 11 hours for the case for a total of 22 hours music playback on a single charge. 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.

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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 earbuds are compatible with both Android or iOS devices.

The Galaxy Buds+ are available in Black, White, and Cloud Blue colors. Red appears to be out of stock as of writing. And if you are keeping track, this makes them cheaper than Amazon's own Echo Buds 2, which are currently priced at $119.99.

Get the Galaxy Buds+ for $99.99 (list price $149.99) at Amazon

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