Samsung Electronics has released a major update for last year’s Galaxy Buds Live wireless earbuds (review), which are shaped like beans or beans.
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Buds Live in August 2020 alongside the Galaxy Note20 smartphones, and the Galaxy Buds Pro debuted in January with the Galaxy S21 flagships.
The update adds several features to the Galaxy Buds Live that were originally introduced with the Galaxy Buds Pro. Shortly after the release of the Galaxy Buds Pro, the manufacturer updated the gadget, adding the ability to adjust the sound balance between the right and left earbuds. The Galaxy Buds Live now has this feature as well.
Another innovation – the headphones will be able to automatically switch between smartphones and Galaxy tablets with the One UI 3.1 shell installed – without having to switch manually. Additionally, a Galaxy Buds Live control menu has been added to Bluetooth settings, making it easier to set up headphones without having to open the Galaxy Wearable app.
An update numbered R180XXU0AUB5 is now available to Galaxy Buds Live users in the US. In the coming days, release is expected in other regions.
In Russia, in the official Samsung online store, Galaxy Buds Live headphones can be bought for 11,990 rubles, and Galaxy Buds Pro – 17,990 rubles.