Samsung Galaxy Buds+ comes with a glossy finish adorns the whimsical charging case and collects more fingerprints than the FBI. Despite the sleek exterior, it’s easy to grip and never slipped from my hands when opening. Lifting the lid reveals a rubberized strip with “L R” to indicate which earbud is which. At first, I thought this was a button that would share the remaining battery life for each earbud, but alas, it’s just a fancy label.
Recently, Samsung has released a new software update to its Galaxy Buds Live and now Samsung pushed a new firmware update to its Galaxy Buds+. This software update brings enhancements to the system performance in order to increase sound quality. Furthermore, users also claimed that after upgrading this software, they are experiencing better bass through the Galaxy Buds+.
The company claims that you will also get a better sound quality even in Normal and Soft equalizer settings without enabling it to Dynamic. Furthermore, it also enhances the system and fixes some unknown issues for a better overall user experience.
Additionally, this update brings Auto-Switching feature automatically switches to your smartphone when a call arrives, and just after ending the phone call, the buds will automatically be switched to the tablet. On the other hand, this software update comes with the build number R175XXU0AUC1.