A report by XDA Developers claims that ‘Deep Blue’ colour variant animations have been spotted in version 1.7.47-22 of the SmartThings app. The report, however, suggests that since the animations are from the 3D video renders, the actual colour may be little different.
Last month, the company launched Galaxy Buds+ in Red colour in the US, but that didn’t reach India.
Apart from the colour, there is no difference in the new Galaxy Buds+ as compared to the ones that were launched along with the Samsung Galaxy S20 series in February.
Samsung Galaxy Buds+ specs
The Galaxy Buds+ sports the same design as the first generation Galaxy Buds, however, are said to house a slightly bigger battery of 85mAh and claim 11 hours of playback battery time. Also, the case — that houses a 270mAh battery — claims to offer another 11 hours of battery life for charging the earphones.
The charging case can be charged using a USB Type-C cable that comes in the box. The Galaxy Buds+ connect to smartphones via Bluetooth 5.0. Just like most other wireless headphones, the Galaxy Buds+ too come with sensors like proximity, accelerometer and more. The Galaxy Buds+ support all popular audio codec including SPC, AAC and more.
There is a Buds+ app available on both Google Play Store and Apple App Store that users may need to download for additional features.