Samsung Galaxy Buds+ receiving a new update with improvements

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After the wearables, Samsung is now rolling out another new update for the Galaxy Buds+. The update shows up on the firmware rendition R175XXU0AUC3, and it weighs just 1.41MB. As of today, the update is occurring in Indian markets, and we can anticipate that it should be available in more countries shortly.

Samsung Galaxy Buds+

Related: T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S10+ receives One UI 3.1 update.

The update was spotted first by SamNext, and as per the changelog, it incorporates only the improvements for stability and reliability. Except that, the company has reportedly not included any new add-ons or minor changes also.

Samsung Galaxy Buds+ Update

The Galaxy Buds+ users from India will see a notification automatically in the Galaxy Wearable application. Alternatively, users can head to the Software updates section on the app and check the update status manually.

Samsung Galaxy Buds+ features

The buds measure 17.5 x 22.5 x 19.2 mm dimensions and weigh almost 6.3 grams. At the same time, the charging case measures 38.8 x 70 x 26.5 mm, and it weighs 39.6 grams. Out of the box, they run RTOS operating system. The Connectivity options include Bluetooth 5.0, Profile: A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, Codec: Scalable (Samsung proprietary), AAC, SBC.

In the battery, the Buds+ equips with an 85mAh battery, and there’s a 270mAh battery available for the charging case. The sensors on the board include Accelerometer, IR, Hall, Touch, etc. Moreover, the Buds+ is compatible with almost all the Samsung smartphones and other phones running Android 5.0 or higher & RAM 1.5GB above.

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