Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus features leak before launch

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Samsung also claims that these new Galaxy Buds+ feature a Woofer+Tweeter setup for improved sound as well as a shortcut to Spotify. It supports wireless charging, reverse wireless charging, and 15W wired charging. Well, it's not yet official which means we will have to wait for the February 11 Unpacked 2020 event. Luckily, a specs leak just dropped.

Rumors leading up to the February 11 event have hinted that the company would announce an upgraded pair of wireless earbuds, called Galaxy Buds+. Meanwhile used in combination with the charging case, the battery life of the new earbuds can go to up to 22 hours; which is nearly double the 13 hours of the old model. That's regardless of non-wireless or wireless case for the AirPods, according to Apple.

The S20 Ultra, which appears only to come in 5G rather than both 4G and 5G variants, is unsurprisingly the most expensive at £1149 for what we presume is the minimum amount of internal memory. That's mostly helpful for accuracy in earbud-based phone calls and smart assistant commands.

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Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus features leak before launch

Samsung Galaxy S20 LED instance listing was quickly found on the official German site, almost verifying the name of the upcoming Galaxy S collection front runner phones. The South Korean firm is betting big on the camera capabilities of the new model, so this large camera assembly clearly highlights the S20 Ultra is a phone supposed to excel in this regard.

The list of Galaxy S9 Android 10 issues includes some common ones like UI lag, abnormal battery drain, connectivity issues, and app problems. Talk time increases by 2.5 hours to 7.5 hours with just the Galaxy Buds Plus; add in the case and you should get 15 hours, a boost of 4 hours over the Galaxy Buds.

A couple of days back, Samsung started teasing the launch of Galaxy M31 in the Indian market.

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