The Galaxy Buds 2 Pro by Samsung, the replacement for the Galaxy Buds Pro, has finally been unveiled. And they are even better than you would think. Even if the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro’s price increased from $199 to $229, they are still worthwhile.

The Galaxy Buds 2 Pro have a more streamlined design than their predecessor but the same battery life. Moreover, they are far more pleasant to wear. Would it be wise for you to upgrade to the new Galaxy Buds 2 Pro? Read our comprehensive review of the Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro to find out.

VERY SIMILAR IN DESIGN TO THE GALAXY BUDS 2 The Galaxy Buds 2 Pro’s shape is actually quite similar to the Galaxy Buds 2, which were released the previous year. Combined with some original Galaxy Buds Pro design elements. That’s not a problem. As a result, Samsung’s earbud design has essentially found a design language. rather than switching it up every time. Who can still recall the Galaxy Buds Live? Yes, that design wasn’t very durable.

Advertisement The Galaxy Buds 2 Pro come in a clamshell container with a lovely satin finish, just like the majority of other Samsung earbuds. which ought to prevent as many scratches on the case. And the overall appearance is better. The white hue that Samsung gave us typically scratches up much more quickly. But there has been no harm done to this case thus far.

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The actual buds are coated in the same smooth texture, which not only looks great but also makes it simpler to remove them from your ears. That’s crucial because these earphones are tiny and fit somewhat deeply in your ears. The rough finish makes it slightly easier to remove them as they are already quite difficult to do so.

A USB-C to USB-C connection and a variety of eartips for the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro are included in the box from Samsung. There is no wall charger in this box, just like on their phones. Since they can be charged wirelessly or using the same charger as your phone, this is not a major concern. So charging is really simple.

Advertisement Excellent sound quality The Galaxy Buds 2 Pro provide pretty high sound quality in this situation. It has some really deep bass and incredibly clean mid- and high-range audio, pretty much what you would expect from Samsung. Because a lot of the music I listen to has a lot of bass, I choose to utilize the Bass Boost EQ preset here. The preset simply makes it sound better.

Also, keep in mind that the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro have active noise cancellation (ANC). As a result, you’ll get some excellent noise reduction here, and it works well. It is rather simple for these earphones to completely block out all of the sounds around you because they already fill your ears. enabling you to fully enjoy your music. I’ve used several earbuds with ANC, including many Sony models, the AirPods Pro, and the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro, and they perform exceptionally well. They actually rank directly behind the AirPods Pro.

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Advertisement Ambient Sound is another option, and it was turned on by default for me. Basically, you can hear what’s happening on around you by using the earphones’ microphones. Actually, this is how I like to listen to music. particularly when I’m out on a walk or something like. I can hear when people are coming up behind me, cars are approaching, and other things because of it.

The Galaxy Buds 2 Pro from Samsung support 24-bit audio, but exclusively on Samsung smartphones. The new Samsung Seamless Codec is to blame for that. You won’t really notice the greater bitrate here if you’re not using the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro with a Samsung smartphone.

Despite being smaller in size, the battery life is fairly good. The battery size of the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro is the same as that of the Galaxy Buds Pro and Buds 2, despite its smaller size. The same is said to apply to battery life. According to Samsung, the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro can play music continuously for five hours with ANC turned on and eight hours without. In our testing, we were able to get approximately six hours of usage with Ambient Sound on (so somewhat of a hybrid between the two).

Advertisement To be honest, I don’t often wear earbuds in my ears for that long. Earbuds are typically used for meetings through Zoom or Google Meet, listening to music while walking, and other such activities because I prefer to use my Sony WH-1000XM4 headphones when I’m on a plane. seldom for more than two hours at a time. Therefore, the battery life is sufficient.

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The carrying case has a 29-hour rating. which equates to five to six complete charges of the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro. Due to this, over the two weeks that I had the Buds, we only needed to charge the case once. Although I didn’t time it, the Buds 2 Pro probably provided 28 to 30 hours of playback before the case required recharging.

Other features of the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro advertisement Let’s discuss a few of the additional features of the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro before we finish this review. The Galaxy Wearable app from Samsung once again offers the Earbud Fit Test. To begin the test, simply tap on it. It will then take a few seconds to determine whether the fit is proper. For the Buds 2 Pro, it is actually nothing new, but it has been improved.

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The Galaxy Buds 2 Pro from Samsung have a voice detection feature as well. As soon as they hear your voice, the buds might proceed to dial down the volume and activate transparency mode. so that you can engage in conversation with others while still wearing your headphones. Even though it’s a relatively modest function, it’s wonderful to have here because it’s really beneficial on a flight.

Advertisement You may still tap on the earphones to alter the level, play or pause the music, and other things. On other earphones, I’ve discovered that these features can be a little finicky. My music occasionally stops when I touch my AirPods Pro to reposition them in my ears. But with the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro, that’s not the case. To pause or play your music, you typically need to tap the earbuds consciously.

The absence of Bluetooth multipoint is perhaps the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro’s biggest flaw. You may effortlessly switch your buds between devices thanks to this capability. Most people won’t find it to be a deal-breaker because, in reality, only the Pixel Buds Pro have this capability. However, if you have a significant investment in the Samsung ecosystem, switching between Samsung devices becomes simpler.


Advertisement If you own the Galaxy Buds 2 or Galaxy Buds Pro, that is the only exception to this rule. Or the Pixel Buds Pro or the Sony WF-1000xM4 earphones are preferable if you don’t own a Samsung phone.

It’s difficult to find a pair of pro earphones at this price that offer more functionality, even at the higher price of $229, than the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro.


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