Galaxy Buds+ compared AirPods Pro & Powerbeats Pro

Samsung has updated its true wireless, headphes, the unveiling of the Galaxy Buds+. We compare the new headphes Apple AirPods Pro and Powerbeats Pro to see how they compare.

AirPods Pro, Galaxy Buds+, and Powerbeats Pro
AirPods Pro, Galaxy Buds+, and Powerbeats Pro

Galaxy Buds+

Galaxy Buds+ is the successor of the original Galaxy Buds and launched algside the latest range of Galaxy S20 smartphes. They have kept the same design as its predecessor, but has several nice upgrades.

Internally, the headphes have now adopted a dual-driver design with a woofer and tweeter. In our time, to listen to, they have significantly improved audio quality compared to the original. For $150 headphes, they sound great. We really like the sound here, and there is defined the low for those who are looking for it.

They have ambient mode of listening where external sound is past into your ears. This is great for walking down the street, sitting an airplane, or if you want to be a little aware of your surroundings.

Samsung Galaxy Buds+
Samsung Galaxy Buds+

To ctrol the headphes, you just push in the sides, which is not our preferred design choice. We hate typing the outside of the buds which can be uncomfortable, unrespsive, and, eventually, to dislodge them. Samsung does allow you to customize the gestures which is great. Holding can launch your favorite audio applicati, such as Spotify. It is the redempti value of the gestures, but this customizati can occur with other implementatis.

As far as battery life goes, a single charge, the headset can play music up to 11 hours at a time. When it is combined with the case, for Galaxy Buds+ will ctinue to operate for 22 hours. They offer a quick charge feature which gives you e hour of listening time after three minutes charging.

Samsung Galaxy Buds+ using the S20 Ultra PowerShare feature
Samsung Galaxy Buds+ using the S20 Ultra PowerShare feature

You can charge with a cable, but the Galaxy Buds+ can charge wirelessly, too. The use of any Qi charger or place it the back of a Galaxy device that offers two-way wireless charging.

Finally, the Galaxy Buds+ are designed to work anywhere in the gym or at home. They have water and sweat resistance to a certain degree and the silice wings help to stay -site. In our tests, these wings has ctributed significantly compared to AirPods or AirPods Pro when it came to a lot of movement.

AirPods Pro

Comparatively, we have AirPods Pro.

AirPods Pro has a design similar to the AirPods that were themselves a thread of the design of the Apple’s classic white headphes. This makes them smaller than the Galaxy Buds+, but lger. They have the rods that go to the bottom, which houses the battery, various sensors, and the microphe.

AirPods Pro
AirPod Pro

The biggest feature that AirPods Pro can all over the Galaxy Buds+ is active noise cancellati. They do a great job of keeping out external noise with ANC or off. They have too much ambient listening mode that passes by the outside of the audio.

Apple has made several small design choices here with AirPods Pro as the vents equalize the pressure between the ear and the outside of the inner ear and the microphes, and to allow the audio to your ears. Small touches ctribute to the overall experience of Apple headphes.

When it comes to the life of the battery, AirPods Pro are very shy, ly maxing out at 5 hours a single charge. That said, not many people listen to audio ctinuously for more than 5 hours. The most important thing is to use all of the time that is 24 hours —two more than the Galaxy Buds+ offers.

They have too much support wireless charging and can be powered by Lightning during a Qi charger is not there. This is great for Apple users who aly have Lightning cables in abundance.

With AirPods Pro, it is IPX4 water and sweat resistance, which means that they can handle liquid from any angle, while the Galaxy Buds+ ly IPX2 resistance which limits jets of water at 15 degrees or less. It is not a huge differentiating factor, but AirPods Pro should hold up better than the Buds+.

Apple also uses an oval-shaped ear tip for AirPods Pro. This creates a better fit —at least for us —when it comes to the inside of your ear. The wings do help the Buds, but the oval shape of the AirPods Pro to put less pressure our ears compared to the circular Buds and they stayed comfortable for lger.

Powerbeats Pro

Powerbeats Pro are the most robust of the three. They have silice ear hooks that helps to keep it in place. They have the same water resistance IPX4 as AirPods Pro, and are well suited for the gym.

The holster is a little the large size and it does not support wireless charging, which makes them less ideal for travel, but the sound they produce is impressive.

Powerbeats Pro
Powerbeats Pro

There are physical ctrols which makes them very easy to use, easily preferable to the harvesting of the Buds and bruises of the AirPods Pro.

a single charge, Powerbeats Pro jam 9 hours or 24 when the charging case. It is a better balance than what we see with the paltry 5 hours AirPods Pro.

Unless you specifically need the ear hooks or extra bass, we recommend that you go with e of the other two sets for their additial features.

Which is the best for you?

There is no easy answer to decide which wireless headphes are the best. A lot of it comes down to the operating system of choice. While AirPods Pro and Powerbeats Pro work with Android and Galaxy Buds+ work with iOS, each has its own advantages in sticking with their own platform.

AirPods and Powerbeats have iCloud sync which, after being paired with your iPhone, appear your Mac, iPad, Apple , and Apple TV without you lifting a finger. They also take care Hey Siri and the opportunity to take advantage of Apple’s custom chip wireless.

Galaxy Buds+ gain more customizati features and the easy installati process that AirPods iOS.

AirPods ProPowerbeats ProGalaxy Buds+Battery Life4.5 hours of charging, 24 total9 hours in single charge, 24 total11 hours single charge, 22 totalQuick Charge5 minutes = 1 hour5 minutes = 1.5 hours3 minutes = 1 hourWater ResistanceIPX4IPX4IPX2CtrolsForce stemPhysical buttsPersalized press gesturesNoise cancellingANC & ambient listening modePassive noise cancellingPassive cancellati of noise & ambient listening modeFitCustomized oval ear tipsCustomizable round ear tips & ear hooksRound tips and wingsCost$249$249$150

There are a few ways to look at it to help you decide, however. If you d’t think you need the noise cancellati, then you can easily save yourself a hundred dollars by going with the Galaxy Buds+. Similarly, if you want the best single-charge battery life of the Galaxy Buds+ are your best bet.

the other hand, if you want those who will stay the best, tour Powerbeats Pro.

AirPods Pro, Galaxy Buds+, and Powerbeats Pro
AirPods Pro, Galaxy Buds+, and Powerbeats Pro

Finally, if you want the best overall, go with AirPods Pro. It is also recommended that AirPods Pro if you want better noise cancellati, Hey Siri support, iCloud sync, or are a big user of Apple.

Persally, we still prefer the AirPod Pro. Not because we are imperishable AirPods fans —which we are —but because they have ineffable qualities that just make it a joy to use. They are so easy to use and install, the case opens and closes with a satisfying click, and they cnect without problem that you forget what it is like to return to other Bluetooth headsets. There’s just something about using AirPods and AirPods Pro which is attractive and causes people to flock to them in droves.

Save Apple AirPods Pro and Samsung Galaxy Buds+

Apple AirPods Pro are currently sale, offering the lowest price to date Amaz at the time of the press.

Those who are looking to the place to pick up a pair of Samsung Galaxy More Buds can also save a little mey at Amazwith B&H Photo also the storage of the new headphes.

Apple Powerbeats Pro can also be purchased B&H and Amaz for $249.95.

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