Samsung’s Galaxy Buds Live launched last August in Europe, with the Galaxy Note 20. These manufacturer’s wireless headphones were the most recent until a new generation was launched earlier this year, the Galaxy Buds Pro, the most advanced of the brand to this day, thanks to its noise suppression.
Shortly after launch, Samsung updated these Galaxy Buds Pro with a feature that improved L / R sound balance in these headphones, as well as automatic switching. These two features are now officially launched for Galaxy Buds Live in the new update which is already rolling out globally.
Samsung Galaxy Buds Live: analysis and user experience
We spent several weeks testing the Galaxy Buds Live, headphones that offer AKG-quality sound, unique design and noise cancellation.
Update for Galaxy Buds Live
This is a useful function for users who have hearing loss in one ear, in order to have a good sound balance at all times and a good music listening experience. Along with this feature, the Galaxy Buds Live has another feature that many users have been waiting for.
Automatic switching function also, which was launched in the Galaxy Buds Pro, comes to these headphones. This function allows you to switch from a phone to a tablet at any time. If, for example, you are watching content on a tablet, such as the Galaxy Tab S7, and you receive a call on your Galaxy S21, you can switch to the smartphone to answer that call and when you’re done, go back to the tablet, without having to remove the headphones anywhere. This feature is available for more and more models using One UI 3.1.
The update bears the serial number R180XXU0AUB5 and it has already started its official rollout. For now, it looks like it’s only launched in the US, before it started reaching users across the world with these Galaxy Buds Live. Samsung has not given dates for such a rollout yet, although it will surely only be a matter of days before it reaches all users.
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