Samsung launched the bean-shaped Galaxy Buds Live earphones with the Galaxy Note 20 smartphone in August. Currently, the company is posting an infographic showing how the new hearable overlaps with the existing Galaxy Buds +.
The Samsung Galaxy Bad was decent, and we were really impressed when the Galaxy Bad + arrived with a significant boost in audio quality. Korean companies say they provide “excellent sound quality for an immersive listening experience.”
The sound of the Galaxy Buds Live isn’t terrible, but the “comfortable ease of use and unique design” certainly makes it less immersive. However, Buds Live has ANC, but Galaxy Buds + does not.
The Galaxy Buds + and Galaxy Buds Live are also different in color from the charging case. Due to its unique form factor, the battery capacity will also vary, but in the end Samsung promises that the total playtime will be equal-about 21-22 hours.
The Galaxy Live’s 12mm drive was highlighted, contrasted with the Galaxy Buds + dual setup on the woofer and tweeter. Both earphone models have two external/external microphones that are positioned to always detect the source of the audio so that the audio is not blocked or muted during a call.
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There’s another big difference that Samsung didn’t mention in the official infographic-price. Both can be purchased now from the company’s website. The Galaxy Buds Live costs € 199 / £ 179 / $ 169, while the Galaxy Buds + is up to 20% cheaper (depending on the market).