True wireless earbuds with some appeal are the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live.
Although they have a tonne of features and durable 28-hour battery life, the sound.
And noise cancellation might be better.
The design has been the biggest talking point and for good reason
—Especially for people who are sick of AirPods and AirPod clones.
The Samsung Galaxy Buds Live are an exception to the norm.
Samsung Galaxy Buds Live: Holistic Review
You don’t even need to use them to understand that their goal is to make a statement.
And undermine Apple’s dominance in this market.
This is the first time we have had noise cancellation.
In addition to a plethora of entertaining features, even inside Samsung’s lineup.
Samsung has had some success with its previous earbud models.
But with Buds Live, it hopes to compete on a major scale.
It takes a more sophisticated approach.
With a simple yet distinctive design that essentially answers the age-old problem with most wireless earphones:
“Will it fit my ears?”
These are arguably the comfiest earbuds you can get once you get past the learning curve of how to properly use them.
Live pricing For Samsung Galaxy Buds In India
The Samsung Galaxy Buds Live are offered by Amazon in India.
For Rs 14,990 in the Mystic Bronze, Mystic White, and Mystic Black colour options.
It may be offered at significantly reduced pricing during sales, so keep a lookout for it.
They are also offered by Samsung on their website (opens in a new tab) in the colours Mystic Blue and Mystic Red.
It is cheaper than the AirPods Pro, which retails for Rs 24,900 (opens in new tab).
Currently selling for Rs 10,490, its predecessor, the Galaxy Buds Plus-
Offered improved battery life on the bud but had a comparable sound characteristic.
And no active noise reduction.
Short story: Unless you intend to wear your earbuds for 11 hours straight.
You should probably choose the Galaxy Buds Live over the Plus.
If sound quality is important to you, the Sony WF-1000XM3.
And the Jabra Elite Active 75t are other excellent choices at this price.
However, bear in mind that not everyone will find these models comfortable. Design
Let’s finish the tedious tasks first.
Samsung Galaxy Buds Live: Other Features
The Samsung Galaxy Buds Live are available in five colours: bronze, black, white, red, and blue.
Each colour is accompanied by a square case with a glossy finish in the corresponding colour.
The USB Type-C port on the back of the device can be used for charging as well as wirelessly.
To inform you of the case’s and the earphones’ current state of charging, an LED is featured both inside and outside the case.
Regarding the earbuds, Samsung has succeeded in making something that is both enjoyable.
And distinctive, and that has become iconic.
One of the most recognisable earphone designs even today is the one the AirPods introduced in 2016.
Samsung’s latest attempt to distance itself from Apple features a unique and almost perplexing design.
With all of its smartwatches choosing every feature the Apple Watch doesn’t.
The Korean behemoth has tried to differentiate itself from Cupertino in terms of style before.
Samsung followed suit, choosing complete bezels over large notches on its devices.
For a whole year before implementing Infinity-V and Infinity-O notches.
All of the technologies Samsung has incorporated to keep Buds Live linked.
And in sync with your mobile and is based on Bluetooth 5.
The Galaxy Buds Live are equipped with Samsung’s Scalable Codec.
Which minimises audio chopping by adjusting the bit rate by the Bluetooth connection’s strength.
Scalable Codec instantly encrypts the audio data with a higher compression ratio.
When the wireless connection is shaky, enabling the earphones to continuously receive data.
Even when the phone was more than twenty feet away from the Galaxy Buds Live.
We heard audio without interruption.
We assume that it is a master-slave implementation since when it does drop.
It tries to keep latching on to at least one of the buds.
Overall, the audio quality is good.
The bass has a powerful, snappy bounce that makes songs like.
P! nk’s Just Give Me a Reason truly slam, but it detracts from the clarity of the mids and highs.
Although you can’t establish a custom equaliser setting.
The Galaxy Wearable app thankfully lets you select sound from six modes, including treble boost and bass boost.
The Samsung Galaxy Buds Live may be used intermittently for a day or approximately six hours continuously on a single charge.
They may be recharged multiple times in the case, for a total of over 20 hours.
The Samsung Galaxy Buds Live are even better because they allow quick charging.
Which may give you an hour of playtime after only five minutes of charge.
There is wireless charging as well.
When compared to the competition, the battery life is just slightly above average.
The Apple AirPods Pro have five-hour battery life.
Whereas devices like the Sony WF-1000XM3 barely reach the seven-hour threshold.