These are amazing for my workout. They play clearly and stay in my ears! It is also sweat resistant as I sweat profusely when I workout. I have an iPhone 11 and would never go back to AirPods. The ear cushions they provide should work for everyone! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
- Headphone TypeIn-Ear Headphones
- Headphone StyleIn-Ear
- Recommended UsePortable electronics
- Compatible DevicesBluetooth enabled devices with Android 5.0 or higher
- Wireless TechnologyBluetooth
About This Item
Samsung Galaxy Buds:
- Control how much surrounding noise you want to hear with Ambient Aware
- Customize your fit with adjustable ear tip and wingtip sizes
- Android and iOS compatible
- Use with a device running Android 5.0 or higher and RAM 1.5 GB above
- Automatic sync and Ambient Aware Mode only available for Android; iOS users can use voice command/Siri
- Wireless earbuds with charging case come in black
Wireless|Microphone Included|Bluetooth|Water Resistant
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|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
0.90 x 0.70 x 1.60 Inches
Comfortable and Handy Buds
My husband recommended me to try out Galaxy Buds and at first I was skeptical because I am not a fan of in-ear type of headphones. However I decided to give it a try and use them throughout the day. I was pleasantly surprised that these Galaxy Buds were indeed pretty good! I was worried that they would not be comfortable but after installing the right ear tips, Galaxy Buds fit me perfectly and were pretty comfortable to use for an extended period of time. Talking about extended use of time, these buds lasted me long enough on Spotify and some podcasts I subscribe to, so the battery life was superb. The charging case was very handy to juice up my buds at the end of the day, plus wireless charging is a huge plus, no need to search for a USB-C cable. I enjoyed using these while driving, as I could use just one Bud to take calls and have my other ear on alert. I also used Galaxy Buds during my workout and they never fell out! I found the sound to be pretty good for such small buds, the vocals were clear, treble and bass were pronounced. The only suggestion to Samsung would be to make the touch area for controlling the buds a bit bigger and possibly add a functionality to change the volume, as I believe the previous generation had that feature. All in all, I was very pleased and frankly surprised that Galaxy Buds fit my life style, sounded very good and were quite comfortable! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
A blast with my new buds
The Samsung Galaxy Buds provides an amazing sound experience. I like how I can use it on my tablet, laptop, spin bike and smartphone. Perfect for listening to music and podcasts as well as watching movies and tv shows on my devices. These buds come in handy for walking as well. I like the fit of the buds in the ear, they seem to stay in place. The battery life is great. I especially like the carrying case and charger all in one. This is great for when on the go. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Look Ma No Cords! Great sounding without the wires
These are great. I use them while mowing the yard or on my work conference calls. Great sound and love the talk time. I can go on and on without worrying about charging them. The case is great as it fits easily into my pants pocket. It isn't heavy and not obtrusive.. Using the Wearable App is simple. Easy to set your preferences for sound as well as touch controls. Having used this for my Active Watch made it that much simpler. The app also tells you when there are new Updates and walks you through the Update process. The only negative is that when you are in a noisy environment the sound that your caller hears is muffled. This is because these units have 2 mics. One on the outside and one on the inside. Normally they use both to get the best sound.. When it gets noisy they only use the internal mic. It sounds like when you plug your ears and talk. I hope Samsung can resolve this with a firmware update.. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
For the most part I have had positive experiences with other Samsung products but I had yet to try their listening devices so I was curious to try the Galaxy Buds. I was impressed with their sleek, modern and compact design. However, they are not truly noise cancelling earbuds, they will isolate some of the outside noise but must fit securely in your ears, which is why these are adjustable and come with additional wing tips and earbud tips. Once I found my comfortable fit these were great for listening to music at the gym, on the go while riding my bicycle or just sitting at my desk at work. The other features I enjoyed most is the wireless charging case and a longer lasting battery life versus other brands of wireless earbuds I've used. The downside for me especially since I am an Apple iPhone user is I was not able to use all the features available as certain features only work with Android phones. Another cool feature was being able to tap on the earbud to play, pause or answer or end a call rather than having to take my phone out to do that. Overall the Samsung Galaxy Buds are great wireless earbuds for the price. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Samsung is great brand all around.
Sound is great. Switching to different devices are very easy as well the app to download. The app helps how to personalize what you want the sound to be. Plus interchangeable ear fitters to make the earbuds fit more comfortable.
I Loveeeeeeee My Galaxy Buds
I've have them for a few months and I get so many compliments. They never fall out and they last me thru my work day without me having to charge them up!! I would definitely recommend these to everyone!!!
The Perfect Fit
I've been using bluetooth ear buds for over 5 years. I have shelled out collectively close to $1,000 and tried all the major brands. While my overall experience has been pretty positive, my individual experience with each has been a combination of highs and lows. That is until I tried the Samsung Galaxy Buds. On paper, the features for these things looked pretty amazing - 6 hour playtime with an additional 7 hours stored in the case, wireless charging, automatic pairing when the case is opened, touch controls, I mean, what's not to like? Then I actually put them in my ears and started my workout. This was going to be the real test. When using earbuds, the single most important feature is the fit, because if the bud doesn't conform to your ear properly and create a tight seal, the sound will be washed and the base nonexistent. The way the buds came out of the package did not form that seal for me, but the additional tips and ear stabilizers gave me more options. After switching out the stock setup, I was pleased to find that I was able to achieve that seal, and let me tell you, the sound is impressive. I'm fairly certain the base was the best I've experienced of any buds I've owned. As far as my workout went, the Galaxy Buds didn't move a millimeter. Not when I was rowing, not when I was deadlifting, and not when I was slamming battle ropes. I can't honestly say I've successfully put any other bud through my workout routine without getting at least some movement, which ultimately broke the seal and ruined the sound. I think the Galaxy Buds passed this test for two reasons. First, the stabilizers keep the outer part of the bud firmly in place, and don't allow any space for them to move. Second, the bud itself is almost flush with the ear, so there isn't much projecting outward to create the leverage needed for wobble. Another awesome feature is the ambient sound option. When ambient sound is turned on, you can actually hear the outside world in addition to your music. It's actually quite mind boggling when you use it. I'm assuming it uses the mic that picks up your voice during phone calls to receive external sound and pipe it through the buds with your music. I'm so happy with the performance of the Samsung Galaxy Buds that I keep an additional pair charged in my car to wear when I work. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Samsung wireless earbuds.
These particular earbuds do not include a microphone for phone conversations or web based communications. Other than that, these are really nice and work great.
It's fair to say that the most satisfying thing about a new pair of wireless earbuds shouldn't be the process of charging the battery. However, for Galaxy Buds owners who also own one of the variants of Galaxy S10, that may well be the case. I'm not talking about plugging in the USB-C cable, rather the moment you find yourself short of juice, take your S10+, flip it over, place the Galaxy Buds case on to the rear of the phone, and watch the Buds' charging light ping to life. Now *that* is a feeling of deep satisfaction. It's important to note, wirelessly charging your Galaxy Buds from your phone isn't just a party trick, nor is it incredibly useful in a pinch, but it's also an indication that Samsung is thinking of its product line as an entire ecosystem, rather than siloed products. This may seem like an unusual place to begin a review, but it feels like Samsung's wireless earbud line have finally achieved truly wireless status, which is an important landmark. As an owner of both previous generations of their earbuds, the Galaxy Buds feel like everything learnt with the previous generations has been applied. Bluetooth connectivity, a little sketchy on previous models, has been improved to the point that in 3 weeks I've experienced no issues whatsoever. Other more subtle improvements have been made, such as a more compact pocket-friendly case, and its ‘push-button open' mechanism (which failed after three weeks on a previous model) has been replaced with a simple foolproof prise-open design. Where they have learnt from issues of earbuds past, they've also understood and retained the strengths of previous generations, such as the touch-sensitive shell that allows you to control your music without having to rummage around for your phone. The design, too, is subtle. While a certain Cupertino-based competitor has a design that is ugly but unmistakably ‘them', Samsung is content to make the Galaxy Buds almost invisible, which for me, is exactly what I'm looking for. Finally, and most importantly, when it comes to audio quality the clarity and depth of tone and bass is fantastic, and again, a further improvement over the already stellar experiences of previous generations. The only drawback is related to the microphone, which falls short of the high bar set by every other aspect of these buds – feedback I've had is the mic quality is ‘fine', but when every other aspect of the Buds is ‘great', it leaves something for Samsung to improve for the Galaxy Buds 2. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
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