Samsung Galaxy Buds+ gets a new update with improvements and new features

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The Galaxy Note 10 Lite, Galaxy A50s, Galaxy Tab S6, and many other devices have recently experienced a couple of new updates. The company has now started spinning out a new update for the Galaxy Buds+. The update bears the build version R175XXU0AUB3, and it weighs nearly 1.40MB in size.

Samsung Galaxy Buds+

Related: Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro receiving a new update with ANC improvements.

As stated by the changelog, it brings new features and improvements. The update adds the Auto Switching feature, which allows users to switch between different audio sources. It also adds the control menu to the Bluetooth setting.

The update is spinning in a phased manner, and as a result, you may need to wait for a few days to experience it. Meanwhile, you can also open the Galaxy Wearable app on your smartphone and check for updates. If the update is available, download & install it for a good experience.

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