Samsung launched Galaxy Buds Live on their Unpacked Event on August 5, 2020. This wearable was the successor of their previous generation of Galaxy Buds+. The Galaxy Buds Live comes with the most unique design ever to be featured in a truly wireless earphone. The company claims it to be the perfect companion for Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra. Samsung Galaxy Buds Live price in Nepal could be around Rs. 21,000 or Rs. 25,000.
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Design, Fit And Build
Samsung has designed the Galaxy Buds Live in the most unique and unheard way possible. At first glance, it looks as if it’s a ‘Bean’. It’s very eye-catching and stands-out from the rest of the crowd. When you put it in your ears, it reflects the natural curves of ears resulting in the best fit possible. The buds are On-ear type and don’t seal your ear canals giving you a soft feeling while it rests in your ear. It comes in two wingtips sizes; Small and Large.
Fit for all-day comfort, this is what the company was inspired to bring and so they did. The buds give less fatigue to ears and don’t fall or slip through ears even while running, shaking, or working out. We can see Two Outer Mics and one Inner Mic along with the Voice Pickup Unit in the Buds Live. The company revealed its IPX2 rating but everyone knows it’s a Low IP Rating. But that doesn’t matter because you can still wear it during workouts and moderate rainfall. It is somewhat protected from sweats, dust, and water.
Overall the bean-shaped and ergonomic design of the Buds Live is what made it unique. They feel pretty solid and premium. The color finishes are also eye-pleasing and give a flashy touch. It’s kind of glossy and shiny yet feels and looks so modern which you can flex with.
Sound Quality And Other Features
Samsung integrated 12mm, speakers, with sound by AKG for clear notes either high or low. Bass duct also enhances lower frequency sound and Air vents reduce the occlusion for spacious audio. Combination of this hardware help to emit deep bass with airflow that lets sound flow seamlessly. The sound quality is really good in these buds. The bass is punchy and the whole audio experience is top-notch. The Galaxy Wearable app also allows you to switch between six sound modes which makes it more fun.
The call quality is also crisp and clear. Three built-in mics and a Voice Pickup unit get the most of these buds. Even in noisy places, the call quality is superb.
Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) is one of the main highlights of these buds. This mode reduces the background noises while making sure that users won’t miss something important like voices and announcements. You can just hear more of what you want to hear. Turning on the ANC will automatically disconnect you from the world. But the quality of ANC also depends on the fit of the buds, so choose the wingtips wisely. Looking at Samsung Galaxy Buds Live price in Nepal, ANC will be a good feature to have.
Touch Control has been a culture in truly wireless earbuds. In these buds, you can tap once to Play/Pause music and Double-tap to Skip a song. While on call you can receive or end calls with double taps. Triple tap will play the previous song. Tap and hold for one second will Activate the user-set function in the app and reject an incoming call. Tap and hold for three seconds will make the buds go on pairing mode but only while wearing. The touch and hold feature can also be used during calls if you can adjust ANC or volume.
Battery and Connectivity
The Buds Live are packed with features that require power to operate. The battery in each bud and charging case make sure to keep the fun alive. Samsung claims that one full charge can provide a workday’s worth of playtime and the case holds up to an additional two charges for the buds. 8 hours of non-stop listening and 29 hours of total power when both cases and buds are at 100% is what the company promises.
These earbuds also have Quick charging support. Five minutes of charge can give up to an hour of usage. Or else you can fuel in the power via using Type-C Reversible Connector, Qi Wireless Charger, or Reverse charging through supported devices.
Bluetooth 5.0 is there for your connectivity needs. You can connect the buds to your other different Samsung devices through the Samsung account. With Bluetooth Info Sync, users can seamlessly shift between different connections. The buds are compatible with Android, iOS, and PC. You just will have to put the buds to pairing mode near a PC and it’s done.
Samsung Galaxy Wearable app on Android or Samsung Galaxy Buds app on iOS will let you do even more with connectivity and other features. You will need Android 5.0 or higher with over 1.5GB RAM for Android devices. As for iOS devices, you will need iPhone 7 or later running on iOS 10 or higher.
Other sensors like Accelerometer, Infrared, Hall, Touch, Grip, and Voice Pickup Unit are integrated for more features and connectivity options.
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The Charging Case
The charging case of Samsung Buds Live is small, modern, and convenient. The new Mystic color finishes make it look so beautiful and premium. It’s a square type box with curves at the edges and corners. A LED indicator can be seen in this bottom front edge and a company logo at the front middle. It is designed in such a way that it goes into our pocket smoothly. A Type-C reversible connecting port is placed at the back.
The case also provides 2.5 cycles of power for the earbuds. It supports Reverse charging and Qi Wireless charging. The charging case also features a Type-C reversible connector for charging which supports Quick Charge technology.
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Samsung Galaxy Buds Live Price in Nepal
Samsung Galaxy Buds Live is the price at USD. 169.99 and is already on sale.
If you are looking for afoordable earbuds, then read about Oppo Enco W31, W11 available in Nepal.
Samsung Galaxy Buds Live
Price in Nepal (Expected)
|Only comes in one variant with three color options||Rs. 21,000 to Rs. 25,000|
These buds will surely arrive here in Nepal because their predecessor Galaxy Buds did. When it arrives, we expect Samsung Galaxy Buds Live price in Nepal to be around Rs. 21,000 to Rs. 25,000. Mystic Black, Mystic White, and Mystic Bronze are the color options.
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