Samsung has been excellent in rolling out new updates to its smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, and even wireless earbuds. The South Korean firm is now rolling out new firmware updates to the Galaxy Buds+ and the Galaxy Buds Pro to bring a new feature.
The company has released new firmware updates to the Galaxy Buds+ (firmware version R175XXU0AUK1) and the Galaxy Buds Pro (firmware version R190XXU0AUK1) in South Korea. With the new software, the truly wireless earbuds get the wear detection feature during voice calls. The updates also bring device stability improvements to the earbuds.
Usually, Samsung's products first get new updates in South Korea. So, these new software updates could soon roll out to the Galaxy Buds+ and the Galaxy Buds Pro in more markets worldwide.
The Galaxy Buds+ were launched in early 2020, and they brought a dual-driver audio setup for the first time in Samsung's TWS lineup. The Galaxy Buds Pro were launched earlier this year, and they introduced ANC (Active Noise Cancellation), 360-degree audio, and a compact design compared to previous Galaxy earbuds.
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