Samsung launched two impressive truly wireless earbuds this year. The Galaxy Buds+ and the Galaxy Buds Live received positive reviews, but they have extremely different designs as they are made for a different audience. If you are trying to choose between the two, Samsung’s new infographic could help.
The company has published a new infographic outlining the Galaxy Buds+ and the Galaxy Buds Live features. It also shows the differences between both truly wireless earbuds, including design, color variants, audio, and battery life. The Galaxy Buds+ have an in-ear canal design, while the Galaxy Buds Live feature an open-ear type design. The Galaxy Buds+ can make do with noise isolation, but the Galaxy Buds Live feature active noise cancellation to reduce outside noise.
Both earbuds come packed in attractive, compact, and lightweight cases, but they have different shapes. The Galaxy Buds+ has a pill-shaped case, while the Galaxy Buds Live has a rounded square-shaped case. The Galaxy Buds+ is available in Black, Blue, Purple, and White, and the Galaxy Buds Live comes in Mystic Black, Mystic Bronze, and Mystic White colors.
The Galaxy Buds+ has a dual-driver audio setup for powerful bass, clear voice, and rich highs. The Galaxy Buds Live only features a single 12mm driver on each side. They are both similar in terms of microphones, though, featuring three on each side for picking up voice clearly during calls and voice commands. The Galaxy Buds+ and the Galaxy Buds Live feature accelerometer, IR sensor, hall sensor, touch controls, and grip sensors.
The Galaxy Buds+ can last up to 11 hours on their own, and the case provides one additional charge, taking the total battery life to 22 hours. The Galaxy Buds Live can last up to 6 hours on their own, and the case has battery enough to provide an additional 15 hours worth of battery life, taking the total battery life figure to 21 hours. They both feature a USB Type-C port, fast wired charging, wireless charging, touch controls, wear detection, and a companion app.