The leaks continue to come just days away from Samsung’s 2020 Galaxy Unpacked event, with the latest seemingly confirming that the company’s upcoming Galaxy Buds+ will improve on the original on multiple fronts, including having a larger, faster charging battery and better sound quality.
According to the leaked specs sheet, which was tweeted by prominent gadgets leaker Evan Blass, the Galaxy Buds+ has the ability to last 11 hours on a single charge – up almost double from the previous model’s 6-hour battery life.
Combined with the charging case, the Galaxy Buds+ can now last up to 22 hours compared to the previous model’s 13-hour max runtime.
In terms of sound, the Galaxy Buds+ will apparently have dedicated woofer and tweeter drivers in each bud, compared to only having one speaker like the previous model, and have also added a second outer voice mic.
Other upgrades include multi-device connection over Bluetooth 5, a new red colour variant and Spotify integration.
In related news, the official app for the new Galaxy Buds+ has appeared on Apple’s app store. iOS users can now download the app on iPhone 7 and above, with iOS 10 and above.