Samsung Galaxy Buds pre-order in the UK

Samsung Galaxy Buds pre-order in the UK

Samsung has announced a new pair of wireless earphones, the Samsung Galaxy Buds.

They come in a wireless charging case that can be charged through a Qi charging mat or even when placed on the back of a Samsung Galaxy S10+ smartphone.

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Essentially replacing the company's Gear Icon X equivalents released last year, the Galaxy Buds come with 58mAh batteries inside. There is also a 310mAh battery in the case that will recharge them a couple of times before needing topped-up itself.

Both battery sizes are smaller than on the Icon X but with a step-up to Bluetooth 5.0 this time around, power management should be more efficient.

Like the last model, the new Buds also come with on-board storage so you can save tunes on the earphones themselves to play when running. That way you don't have have your phone with you at all times.

Those working out while wearing them will also be pleased to note that they come with IPX2 water and sweat resistance.

Samsung Galaxy Buds take on AirPods with the charging case already included image 3

As with Samsung's new range of Galaxy S10 phones, Galaxy Active smartwatch and other accessories announced during Galaxy Unpacked, the Galaxy Buds are available to pre-order now in a trio of colours: black, white and yellow. They are priced at £129 in the UK.

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