Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 gets a new software update

Samsung is rolling out a new software update for the Galaxy Buds 2 wireless headphones. As reported by Sammobile, the device is currently updating to firmware version R177XXU0AVC1. The update measures 2.99 MB and brings improvements to system stability and reliability.
To remember, Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 were launched in the second half of 2021. The headphones offer active noise cancellation. In India, the device is priced at Rs 11,999. There is no major change with the new update as compared to its previous update released few months ago.
Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Specifications
Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 TWS Earbuds coms with dynamic two-way speakers to deliver better audio quality and deeper bass. There’s active noise cancellation to block out unwanted noise as well as three adjustable ambient sound levels.
Samsung claims the Galaxy Buds2 are the company’s smallest and lightest headphones. The device comes in Graphite, White, Olive, and Lavender color variants.
Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 can be connected to a PC/Laptop via the Galaxy Wearable app. With the app, users can also adjust the equalizer and also control the noise. The device comes with a 2-way woofer and tweeter speaker setup along with 3 mics (2 external and 1 internal) and a voice pickup unit.
As for the battery, Samsung says the headphones can last up to 5 hours on a single charge. The device comes with a charging case that offers an additional 15 hours of battery when active noise cancellation is enabled.

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