The release of the next-gen Galaxy Buds is approaching with quick steps, and we expect to see them next month, on the 11th of February, at its Unpacked event. Samsung also wants to release Galaxy S11 and its second foldable phone, together with the Galaxy S20 series. Initially, it was thought that the Galaxy Buds+ would come with the Active Noise Cancellation feature, but apparently, that’s not the case anymore. As usual, Ice Universe comes with many tips, and the latest one has to do with the wireless headphones.
As per Ice Universe, the Galaxy Buds+ will not come with the active noise canceling feature, but it will improve the battery life, the fast charging feature, and it will enhance the quality of the sound. We have seen the leaked images from the past few days, and in those, we did not see a design change, besides the Sky Blue color option, so it makes sense.
Galaxy Buds Plus Will Not Have the Active Noise Canceling Feature
The leaks show that the Galaxy Buds+ will be launched in Blue, Pink, Black, and White. Everyone really thought that the Galaxy Buds+ would follow the steps of AirPods Pro, but because they do not have the ANC feature, it means that they will also come with a lower price – lower than the $249 AirPods Pro.
The first Galaxy Buds were applauded for the quality of their sound and for their design, but the poor microphone quality showed that they were not suitable for phone calls. They also came with 13 hours worth of battery life, so the fact that they improved the battery life for their device is a bonus. Also, the improvement when it comes to sound quality is also a plus, even if most customers will not like the lack of ANC in these wireless buds.