Lots of key improvements including iOS compatibility
Samsung is expected to launch its second-generation Galaxy Buds+ during the Galaxy S20 series unveiling on February 11. Ahead of its launch, EVLeaks shared a comprehensive comparison sheet between the Galaxy Buds and Galaxy Buds+. While the latter is going to be $20(~Php 1.1k) more expensive than the former, Samsung is going to introduce a bunch of upgrades to its new wireless earbuds.
While we know about the vastly improved battery life, the Galaxy Buds+ come with 2-way drivers (up from a single driver), three microphones instead of two, improved charging time, and support for multi-device connection.
Interestingly, the Galaxy Buds+ will also have native support for Spotify and iOS. In fact, the official companion app is available for download at Apple’s App Store, confirming all of its features.