Brands have been improving their smart products by providing updates. Samsung has pushed a new update to its Earbuds, i.e. the Galaxy Buds 2. It is life in its home market, i.e. in South Korea. The global rollout of the update is expected to commence in the following days. The update weighs around 3MB which suggests that it doesn’t bring massive changes. It only brings security and stability improvements to the device. The changelog doesn’t mention anything apart from these. It comes with the firmware version number R177XXU0AVE1.
Earlier, Samsung added support for 360 audio via an update for the earbuds. Even though the feature isn’t working as top-notch, it is still better to have it. The users of Galaxy Buds 2 can update their earbuds using the Galaxy Wearable app on their smartphones. Samsung is reportedly all set to launch a special edition of the earbuds in South Korea.
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The brand plans to throw it in the $100 segment, and it will include a case that supports wireless charging. Both the earbuds and case will be aligned with the theme of Pokemon. The existing Samsung Galaxy Ear Buds 2 is comparable to that of Apple Airpods Pro. As said, the update may be live soon in other markets and make sure to check the app for the same.