Samsung Galaxy Buds update improves music streaming, phone call quality

Samsung Galaxy Buds update improves music streaming, phone call quality
The Galaxy Buds were part of Samsung's freebie package that would be offered to those buying one of its Galaxy S10 flagships, but they soon became quite rare due to the company running out of stock.

These days you can buy a pair with ease if you're willing to pay the full price. In the US, Samsung sells the Galaxy Buds for $130, but if you live in the UK, you'll have to come up with £140 upfront.

Price-wise, they in the same range as Apple's AirPods, but when it comes to quality, everyone decides for himself. One thing that's worth noting is that Samsung has released several updates for the Galaxy Buds already, which address some issues reported by users or add new features and improvements.

The latest update (via TizenHelp) does both, it adds some improvements and fixes an issue. If you own a pair of Samsung Galaxy Buds earphones, you'll be happy to know that the small update should further enhance music streaming as well as phone call quality.

At the same time, Samsung included a fix for a temporary error that happens when Ambient Sound is initiated. Finally, the battery level display has been modified to show lower battery level between the two earbuds.

You can download and install the new update through the Galaxy Wearable app by heading to Settings / About Earbuds / Update earbuds.

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