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Samsung Galaxy Buds: Price, release date and availablity
The Samsung Galaxy Buds are true wireless earbuds and the successor to the older Gear IconX earbuds. The Galaxy Buds are supposed to be 30 percent smaller than the Gear IconX buds and Samsung says the Galaxy Buds will last up to six hours for music playing on a single charge. They support Bluetooth 5.0 and come in black, white, and Canary Yellow colors. They can be charged wirelessly with their pill-shaped charging case, and they even support Samsung’s Wireless PowerShare feature, which means you can put the case on top of a Samsung Galaxy S10 phone with that support, and the earbuds should charge up.
So how much will the Galaxy Buds cost, when will they be available and where can you get a pair? That’s what we are going to tell you right now.
Samsung Galaxy Buds price
The normal price for the Samsung Galaxy Buds will be $129.99 in the U.S. In the EU, the Galaxy Buds will go for 149 euros while in the UK they will be priced at £139.
Samsung Galaxy Buds release date
In the U.S. and the UK, the Samsung Galaxy Buds will go on sale March 8, the same day the new Galaxy S10 phones go on sale. In Europe. they will launch a few days later on March 29.
Samsung Galaxy Buds availability
The Samsung Galaxy Buds will be available directly from Samsung, and they should also be available from all of the major wireless carriers and electronics retailers. We will post more specific information, along with stand-alone store links, for the Galaxy Buds when they become available.
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