Let’s be fair. Despite true wireless stereo (TWS) earbuds providing a rich set of features and convenience to users by being extremely portable, they are often not appealing to some audiophiles because wireless signal is just not designed to handle that much data from the start.
But that is about to change as Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro touts to bridge the quality gap (At least die trying its best).
The core highlight of the 2nd gen Pro-tier TWS from Samsung is definitely the 24-bit Hi-Fi audio codec that will definitely uplift your music experience as a whole (assuming your audio source is as high quality). As for me, definitely looking forward to giving it a test drive as I often rely on the good ol’ FLACs rather than online streaming services.
You’ll also get a strong ANC to cancel off any ambient noises so you can vibe to the beats at peace and thanks to the up to 29 hours of total playtime, it will be sufficient to power you through a day’s work while having enough for relaxing time later on.
Although the reduction in size can be a bit too preferential, at least those with smaller ear canals can now wear them in comfort while the big guys will need to adapt to a new ear tip size. Perhaps.
We also had a chance to take a quick look at the Galaxy Buds2 Pro at an early hands-on event so go check it out.
The Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro is now available for preorder on Samsung’s official website.