The big stage is where Samsung traditionally unveils its latest devices and wearables at its Galaxy Unpacked event on August 10. It turns out that the new Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro is coming since Samsung has invited customers to reserve their following smartphones and watches.
As for the release date, we know they’ll be available for pre-order following the event. The launch is likely to take place by the end of August.
That’s great, and you should be – there’s a whole ecosystem of new technology to explore, as for the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro. Max Jambor claims that they will arrive before the Galaxy Unpacked event.
The Galaxy Buds 2 will likely rival Apple AirPods Pro if they deliver as many incremental improvements as the Galaxy Buds Pro did over the Galaxy Buds Plus and Galaxy Buds Live they were based on. Thus, they could become some of the best wireless earbuds, which I had the pleasure of testing. However, it is still necessary to do the work. To take Apple’s crown from Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro, Samsung needs to nail five specific points.
Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro: Currently, Samsung’s Galaxy Buds Pro costs around $169, which is in the middle of the market between budget wireless earbuds and more premium models. Also, Samsung shipped millions of smartphones in 2021, a whopping 300% higher growth compared to 2020 sales.
Although no official price has been announced for the Galaxy Buds Pro 2, in any case, if Samsung can bring a more robust ‘Pro’ offering to its more palatable price points, it’ll be onto a winning formula – but we suspect they’ll be closer to $239 at launch. That is a fair price, though, if they are good enough.
The upcoming second-generation Galaxy Buds Pro must perform better if they wish to replace the Apple AirPods Pro as the Android alternative. Here, you get all answers to how Samsung beats Apple?
Better battery life – Samsung lags a bit regarding stamina, which is one of our top wishes. In the original Buds Pro, battery life was underwhelming at five hours on ear plus another 12 in the charging case. For Samsung to compete with the class leaders, a 24-hour total listening time proposition must indeed be equaled or ideally bettered.
Ideally, 5.2 Updated Bluetooth Version – Newer Bluetooth versions will abound in 2022, including Samsung’s Galaxy Buds Pro. A Bluetooth 5.1 pairing lets Bluetooth devices pinpoint your location, and “find my earbuds” in-app features can be accessed from apps. Still, Bluetooth 5.2 (which brings Bluetooth LE for power savings, smaller earbuds, and Auracast audio sharing to non-Apple earbuds) seems like a necessary upgrade if Samsung wants to compete seriously in the Pro speaker category.
Improved Sound Quality – Samsung enhances the features of newer buds to meet a fantastic sound quality. It includes overall better performance and improved noise cancellation.
Audio Switching – Google Pixel buds Pro is fitted with Google’s new audio switching feature. As a result, it makes recent changes between the devices automatically depending on whether you are taking a call on your phone or you can say listening to a podcast on the tablet.