Samsung Galaxy Buds+ are accepting a firmware update that brings a few highlights continued from Galaxy Buds Pro, like how Samsung managed Galaxy Buds Live a week ago. The feature of the update is the Auto Switch highlight that allows you to switch between two gadgets flawlessly in a hurry. Be that as it may, the element will just work on Samsung telephones and tablets running on One UI 3.1. The firmware update is presently being carried out in India, South Korea, and the US, with other worldwide business sectors expected to follow soon.
According to a screen capture of the update changelog, first spotted by TizenHelp, Samsung Galaxy Buds+ (Review) update will bring highlights like Auto Switch between Samsung Galaxy smartphones and tablets running on One UI 3.1. Likewise, the update additionally consolidates the Buds menu control to Bluetooth settings that makes it simpler to control the headphones straightforwardly, rather than utilizing the Galaxy Wearable app. The update is 1.41MB in size, according to the changelog. Notwithstanding, Samsung seems to have missed adding Hearing Aid feature, that are intended to help the hear-able disabled.
The firmware update accompanies construct number R175XXU0AUB3, as indicated by the changelog. According to TizenHelp, the update is presently accessible for clients in India, South Korea, and the US. It is relied upon to be carried out somewhere else soon.
In other Galaxy Buds-related news, Samsung launched the Galaxy Buds Pro (Review) in January this year. The genuine remote sound system (TWS) headphones are estimated at Rs 15,990 in India. They rival the preferences of Apple AirPods and Sony earpods. The Galaxy Buds Pro component ANC uphold, remote charging, and are IPX7-evaluated for water opposition. Samsung is offering the Galaxy Buds Pro in three tones – Black, Violet, and Silver.