Samsung Galaxy Buds+ may be coming in a new Deep Blue color
The Samsung Galaxy Buds+ are the second generation of truly wireless earbuds from Samsung. Launched beside the Galaxy S20 series earlier this year, the Galaxy Buds+ are available in four solid colors – Cloud Blue, Cosmic Black, white, and red. In addition, a special variant is also included in the limited edition Samsung Galaxy Z Flip bundle designed by the American fashion designer, Thom Browne. Based on some of the media we’ve spotted, Samsung might now release the Galaxy Buds+ in a dark, cobalt-like blue shade.
We discovered animations linked to the purported “Deep Blue” variant of the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ in version 1.7.47-22 of the SmartThings app. This is substantial evidence that Samsung is probably working on the sixth color variant.
Since these animations are from the 3D video renders from the Samsung SmartThings app, the actual color may differ. The mention of “Deep Blue” in the app does, however, endorse the tentative shade. Design-wise, there are absolutely no changes as compared to the previously launched variants.
As for the launch of these new Galaxy Buds+, we don’t have much information but alongside the Galaxy Note 20 series would definitely make sense. That’s purely based on supposition and we will only be able to confirm for sure after learning more about their launch date.
Meanwhile, to rehash your sense of the Galaxy Buds+, these truly wireless earbuds from Samsung cost $149.99 and the company endorses an 11-hour battery life for each earbud – 11 extra hours with the carrying case. The Buds+ also support fast charging within the case and just about 3 minutes of charging can give you an hour of playback.
Samsung also upgraded the driver configuration on the earbuds and the Galaxy Buds+ feature two drivers – one tweeter and one sub-woofer. Additionally, the buds also support three mics as compared to two on the previous generation of Galaxy Buds.