Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro price in India announced! Undercuts all flagships

    Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro price has been announced for the Indian market. Here is how much you need to pay for it.
    By: HT TECH
    | Updated on: Aug 12 2022, 19:38 IST
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    1/5 The Galaxy Buds 2 Pro are the new flagship earbuds from Samsung, offering top-of-the-line audio in portable form factor. The earbuds are nearly 15 percent smaller than the previous Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro while offering better sound quality with its new coaxial two-way speakers and improved Active Noise Cancellation. Samsung says “Quality music is enabled to transfer without a pause, and the new coaxial two-way speaker makes those sounds richer than ever.” (Samsung)
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    2/5 The Galaxy Buds 2 Pro support Hi-Fi 24bit Audio which promises studio-quality audio if used with a compatible Samsung smartphone running One UI 4.0 or later. The Buds Pro 2 have a larger vent to prevent “plugged ears” during long listening sessions. (Samsung)
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    3/5 The Galaxy Buds 2 Pro offer seamless switching between various Samsung devices for ease of use. So, you can seamlessly switch between using the Buds while watching the TV late at night to attend important calls in an instant. (Samsung)
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    4/5 In terms of battery life, the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro offer up to 5 hours of playback with Active Noise Cancellation switched on and up to 8 hours with ANC turned off. The Buds are rated IPX7 for water and sweat resistance, making them the perfect partner during your long marathons and gym sessions. (Samsung)
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    5/5 The Galaxy Buds 2 Pro are priced at $229.99 and are available for pre-order starting today. They are available in 3 colours – Graphite, White and the stunning Bora Bora Purple. (Samsung)
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    Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro carries a price of Rs. 17,999 in India. (Samsung)

    At the Galaxy Unpacked event held recently, Samsung announced its latest foldable smartphones along with the Galaxy Watch 5. We had got our hands on the Galaxy Watch 5 series prices and now is the time for the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro – Samsung's premier TWS earbuds. The successor to the popular Galaxy Buds Pro earbuds from 2021 brings some improvements and upgrades, thereby making it a solid consideration. And, with the Indian prices now out, decision making becomes easy for you.

    The Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro carries a price tag of Rs. 17,999, which is just less than the Apple AirPods 3rd Gen, Sony WF-1000XM4, and the Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3 earbuds. A cashback offer from various banks drops the price by Rs. 3000. One can buy the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro in Graphite, White, and Bora Purple colours from August 16.

    Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro at a glance

    The Galaxy Buds 2 Pro brings certain improvements to the audio quality. It gets the new Samsung Seamless Codec (SSC) that Samsung says minimizes the perceptual sound loss and processes steady and high quality sound. Technically, it should help with the overall sound quality.

    Then there's the immersive 360 Audio capability that is based on Dolby Atmos. Samsung has also improved ‘Head Tracking Response' in the Buds 2 Pro and users should be able to feel the sound following their head movements. With three high SNR mics and increased wind shield area, it promises to filter out 40% more unwanted noise than before. Additionally, they are smaller than before by 15 percent.

    Additionally, the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro can connect to other Samsung Galaxy devices and Samsung TVs easily with the Auto Switch feature. Hence, you will be able to quickly switch from the TV audio to your phone in the case you get a call. The SmartThings Find integration helps you locate your Galaxy Buds 2 Pro faster as well.


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    First Published Date: 12 Aug, 19:38 IST
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