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The Samsung Galaxy Buds2 are, no doubt, a substantial improvement over the original Galaxy Buds offering better sound quality, active noise cancellation and a phenomenal fit. The buds are smaller and lighter than Samsung's previous TWS offerings and are one of the most discrete earbuds we've tested because of how nicely they nestle into ears. The earbuds also offer decent ANC performance and a warm sound profile with a spacious enough soundstage. While there are some misses such as unreliable microphone performance in noisy environments, lacklustre control customisability and only an IPX2 rating, the earbuds are a pretty good option to consider under 15K, especially if you own a Samsung device.
|Playback Time||:||20 hours|
|Usb Connectivity||:||USB Type-C|
|Model Name||:||Galaxy Buds2|
|Device Type||:||TWS earbud|
|Weight||:||5g (each earbud)|
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Samsung foray into the true wireless earbuds market has mostly been a successful one and the company's latest in this segment are the Samsung Galaxy Buds2 that launched alongside the Galaxy Fold3 and Flip3 smartphones. Priced at Rs 11,999, the Samsung Galaxy Buds2 are technically the successors to the original Samsung Galaxy Buds that launched way back in 2019, but the improvements seen in this iteration make them a solid upgrade even over the Samsung Galaxy Buds+. Equipped with Active Noise Cancellation, Galaxy Wearable app support, Qi wireless charging, and more, the Samsung Galaxy Buds2 are an enticing offering. The earbuds are available in four colours and have an eye-catching dual-tone design. They also have a wireless playtime of 20 hours in total with 5 hours on the buds alone.
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