The Galaxy Buds+ in red saw a more limited release compared to the standard colors, but after going on sale in a few markets including South Korea, the USA, and Russia, the red flavor is now making its way to Taiwan.
Samsung’s red Galaxy Buds+ will be available for purchase in Taiwan in late April through a variety of retail channels including Samsung, PChome 24h Shopping, MOMO Shopping Network, and Yahoo! Shopping Center.
Same price, different flavor
Despite the red Galaxy Buds+ having a more limited reach, the earbuds will be priced the same as the black, blue, and white models. Prospective buyers will be looking at an NT 5,490 ($182) price tag, and aside from a different exterior flavor, the hardware is unchanged.
The biggest strength of the Galaxy Buds+ lies in battery life, so much so that our review was titled accordingly. It boasts an impressive 11-hour battery life on a single charge, and you can get a total of 22 hours if you consider the extra charge carried by the case.
You won’t be getting ANC (active noise cancellation) with the Galaxy Buds+, and if you can’t do without this feature, you may have to wait until the Galaxy Buds Bean will be introduced. Reports suggest the Bean will be Samsung’s first ANC-enabled wireless earbuds model, and the new design will likely be introduced alongside the Galaxy Note 20 later this year.