Can Samsung Galaxy Buds only connect to S10/ S10 Plus?

By March 11, 2019

After the release and success of Apple  AirPods, true wireless headphones become one of the biggest trends in audio right now. Aside from the major headphone brands, many smartphone brands announced their true wireless earbuds alongside latest flagship phones. So did Samsung. Samsung Galaxy Buds debuted with the new-released Samsung Galaxy S10 series, widely arousing customers’ interest. Does it deserve to buy? Can it only connect to S10/ S10 plus? We will try to remove your confusion in this article.

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Can Samsung Galaxy Buds only connect to S10/ S10 Plus?

No, Samsung Galaxy Buds are compatible with other devices due to their standard Bluetooth 5 connection. If you own a Samsung or other Android phone, the Galaxy Buds offer easy connectivity, a comfortable fit, a warm bassy sound and more. Otherwise, you may miss out on some cool extra features offered by the Samsung Galaxy Wearables app, which can only be downloaded on devices running Android 5.0 or later. However, if you are an iPhone owner, you can still enjoy the high sound quality, comfortable fit and attractive appearance. 

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What highlights are there on Samsung Galaxy Buds?

Although the Galaxy Buds aren’t that much different from the IconX in terms of design, it features some eye-catching functions and released as part of the Galaxy family.

AKG audio powers the Galaxy buds, which isn’t surprising since AKG is a Harman brand, and Samsung bought Harman back in 2016. However, the sound quality offered by these true wireless buds is good indeed. A warm and deep bass sound and wide open soundstage deserve to be called a smart purchase. 

Besides, it has an Ambient Sound mode that will mix in background noise to the music using built-in microphones on the buds. It ensures your safety when running or walking outside. But the feature has to turn on and off through the Samsung Galaxy Wearables app. You iPhone will miss it. 

Samsung Galaxy Buds’ charging case is extremely compact and can provide additional 7 hours battery life if you need to charge up on the go. There’s also a quick-charge feature that will give you just over 1.5 hours with a 15-minute charge. If you have a Qi compatible wireless charging pad, you can place the charging case containing these earbuds on it and they’ll charge up. And if you really find yourself in a pinch, just place the case on the back of the Galaxy S10 or S10+ to top it off via the PowerShare.

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True Wireless earbuds for Samsung Galaxy S10

1. Samsung Galaxy Buds

Current Price: $129

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The Samsung Galaxy Buds are the successor of Gear IconX and they both are true wireless earbuds, Galaxy Buds will last up to six hours for music playing on a single charge and support Qi wireless charging with the charging case. They are currently not available on the market and the release date is the same as Samsung Galaxy S10, 8 March.

2. GoNovate Airo True Wireless Headphones

Current Price: $54.99

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If the battery life of your wireless earbuds can last like 36 hours, you might not consider the lack of Qi-wireless charging capability as a big issue. With GoNovate Airo wireless headphones you can get 6+ hours playtime and extra 30 hours with the charging case, the premium audio quality and comfortable in-ear design get Airo ranked the best seller at Amazon and 4.5 stars rated.

Great deal for your Samsung Galaxy S10 series:

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You can get a 30% discount for all the EasyAcc cases for Samsung Galaxy S10 series on all market with code EASM2019, please go to the deals page for the details. 

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