Samsung Galaxy Buds+ rumored to ship in Deep Blue color variant

Samsung Galaxy Buds+

Samsung is reportedly gearing up to launch a new color variant for the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ earbuds. According to reports, the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ will be available in Deep Blue color variant in addition to the existing color variants. You can now purchase Samsung Galaxy Buds+ in Cloud Blue, Cosmic Black, Red, and White color variants. Samsung will also launch a new color variant for the limited edition Samsung Galaxy Z Flip bundle designed by the American fashion designer, Thom Browne.

According to rumors, Samsung Galaxy Buds+ will be available in dark cobalt like blue shade. The SmartThings app version 1.7.47-22 revealed the animations of the rumored Deep Blue variant. The animation clearly reveals the availability of the sixth color variant alongside the carry case.

You should note that the actual color as portrayed in the 3D video renders produced by the Samsung SmartThings app could differ. The design looks identical to that of the previous variants. The Deep Blue color looks glossy and reflective as it pops-out from the carrying case.

Going forward, you can expect the launch of the Galaxy Note 20 series in August. We expect the launch of the Galaxy Buds+ around that time frame because of the lockdown due to the COVID-19. The factories are closed and there is no clarity as to when they will open. Hence, we have to wait for at least 5 months for the things to settle down. That being said, the chances of companies conducting physical launch events are now ruled out.

Priced at $149.99, the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ earbuds are capable of delivering 11 -hour battery life with an additional 11 hours with the case. The earbuds also provide support for fast charging when used with the case. The company claims that just 3 minutes of charging will give one hour of playback, which is a great bonus when it comes to usage. The Galaxy Buds+ earbuds feature one tweeter and one sub-woofer to deliver crisp and clear audio. Moreover, the budfs ships with three microphones instead of two.

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