Compare Prices of Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus

Cheapest Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus Price in Philippines is ₱ 5,185.00

The Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus price in Philippines is ₱ 5,185.00 from Lazada. You can also choose between different Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus variants with White starting from ₱ 6,990.00 and Blue at ₱ 6,459.00. Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus price details are updated November 2020.

Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus Price Guide

Price List by Country for Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus

Country International Price Price in PHP
Indonesia IDR 1.025.000 ₱ 3,485.00
Philippines PHP 5,185.00 ₱ 5,185.00
Singapore SGD 169.90 ₱ 6,094.00

Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus Price in Philippines by Variants

Variants Price Store
Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus Black ₱ 5,283.29 Amazon
Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus Blue ₱ 6,459.00 Shopee
Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus White ₱ 6,990.00 Galleon

Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus Specs

Design
Product Type BluetoothEarphones
Type of Fitting In-Ear
Earcup Material Plastic
Body Material Plastic
Features
Noise Cancelling Yes
Microphone Yes
Headset Compatibility
Android Yes
iOS Yes
Battery
Operating Time 24h
Suitability
Smartphone Yes
Mobile Audio-Player Yes
Sports Yes
Packaging Attachment
Carry Pouch Yes
Micro USB Cable Yes
Audio Cable No
Music Function
Previous Track Yes
Play Yes
Pause Yes
Next Track Yes
Function
Gesture Control No
Fast Charging Yes
Rechargeable Yes
Call Function
End Call Yes
Call on Hold No
Reject Call No
Answer Call Yes

Reviews of Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus

yugatech.com
Reviewed on 2020-02-14
On the surface, physically, nothing has changed. Both the buds themselves and the case are the same size and look the same as the original Galaxy Buds.The case is still very pocketable. We still get a Type-C port and wireless charging support. The...
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theverge.com
Reviewed on 2020-11-05
11-hour battery life sets a new standard, Lightweight, comfortable fit and subtle design, Improved mics for voice calls
No active noise cancellation, Weaker water and sweat resistance than the competition, Can't pair to two devices simultaneously
S amsung's Samsung's original Galaxy Buds were decent true wireless earbuds: they offered impressive battery life, wireless charging, and a lightweight, comfortable fit. But sound quality was merely okay, and their built-in mics were awful when it came to...
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lifewire.com
Reviewed on 2020-10-02
Design, Fit, Touch Controls, Battery Life
Audio Quality, Lack of noise cancellation
We purchased the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ so our expert reviewer could thoroughly test and assess it. Keep reading for our full product review. We live in the age of earbuds and like so many other tech categories, most brands and models are merging in feature...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2020-06-11
Compared to the Galaxy Buds (SM-R170), t he Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus (SM-R175) have received a battery upgrade and are supposed to have been optimized in terms of sound quality. In addition, the TWS headphones support wireless charging. The Buds+ were or...
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androidpolice.com
Reviewed on 2020-05-02
Outstanding. Something like 11 hours of playback on a charge, Decidedly good. Not amazing, but improved over the original Galaxy Buds, Touches like wireless charging and in-ear detection are appreciated, $150 — a $20 markup from the standard Galaxy Buds —...
Only IPX2 rated. Not safe for use in the rain (or by prolific sweaters), Galaxy Wear doesn't offer enough customization options
This story was originally published 2020/03/03 8:15am PSTon Mar 3, 2020 and last updated 2020/05/02 9:19am PDTMay 2, 2020.Back when I first reviewed them in March, I was very impressed with the Samsung Galaxy Buds+: they managed to improve on the alre...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2020-04-25
Best-sounding wireless earbuds: Sony, Sennheiser and more compared
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2020-04-15
Best headphones for mom: Mother's Day 2020 gift picks
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techaeris.com
Reviewed on 2020-04-14
Fluid gameplay,Still definitely Bubble Bobble,Up to four player local co-op,Original Bubble Bobble included,Two levels of difficulty,Free DLC pack coming this year
Fairly short game,Pricey for what you get currently
When thinking back to past games, the classic Taito Bubble Bobble is one that may come to mind. It was definitely one of those games you could hit up at the arcade with a buddy and that earworm… Fast forward to 2020 and the game has seen a few iterations...
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techaeris.com
Reviewed on 2020-04-14
Samsung really worked on the sound signature and it shows,Really solid design and build quality,Really good fit and sound isolation,Easy to setup and use,Useful app and software, great sound options,Competitive battery life,Outstanding price point
The black case is a fingerprint magnet and it looks awful when it has fingerprints all over it,I do wish the EQ settings had a custom option
True wireless headphones are among the fastest-growing product categories on the audio market today. While the audiophile community isn't a huge fan of Bluetooth headphones in general, the average user is obviously in love with TWS form factor and portabi...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2020-03-31
Very long battery life, Good sound quality, Ambient Aware works well, Light and comfortable, Wireless charging case is convenient, Very strong connection and range,
Not great for phone calls, Touch controls aren't comfortable, No high water-resistance rating (only sweat-resistant)
Summary The Samsung Galaxy Buds+ look a lot like the Galaxy Buds from last year, but meaningful improvements in key areas make them a much better product overall. The most important upgrade is the boost in battery life to 11 hours per charge, placing thes...
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Laptopmag.com
Reviewed on 2020-03-29
Best-in-class battery life, Dynamic audio performance, Useful companion app, Multi-purpose wireless charging, Seamless Spotify integration
Touch controls need work, No active noise cancellation, Sensitive mics
The all-new Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus welcomes several improvements across the board, making it the ideal pair of wireless earbuds for Samsung Galaxy devices and all other Android phones. You get neutral sound, exclusive features like Spotify integration...
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hitechcentury.com
Reviewed on 2020-03-21
Impressive 11-hour battery life, works wonderfully with Spotify, wireless charging support, decent audio performance, supports iOS,
Looks quite similar to the original Galaxy Buds, more robust water resistance would be welcome, no aptX codec, We say The Samsung Galaxy Buds+ is a significant upgrade over its predecessor, bringing almost double the battery life, enhanced call as well a...
Externally, the Galaxy Buds+ are a spitting image of the original Galaxy Buds with a similar size and shape for its earbuds and charging case though it has significantly enhanced performance in every way. It's also a bit pricier than the original at launc...
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androidpolice.com
Reviewed on 2020-03-03
Outstanding. Something like 11 hours of playback on a charge, Decidedly good. Not amazing, but improved over the original Galaxy Buds, Touches like wireless charging and in-ear detection are appreciated, $150 — a $20 markup from the standard Galaxy Buds —...
Only IPX2 rated. Not safe for use in the rain (or by prolific sweaters), Galaxy Wear doesn't offer enough customization options
Last year's Samsung Galaxy Buds were, at the time, my favorite earbuds for daily use. They were comfortable, they sounded pretty nice, and the form factor was just irresistible, with a tiny case that charged by USB-C or Qi. For $130, you couldn't ask for...
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androidauthority.com
Reviewed on 2020-03-02
Bluetooth 5.0, Scalable Samsung codec and AAC, Battery life, Qi Wireless charging, Compact build, Mic quality
Lacks aptX, No auto-resume playback, Lacks multipoint functionality
Skeptical eyes roll at iterative tech updates, but the Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus make marked improvements over the original and make it easier to justify the costlier price tag. Physically, the Buds Plus are identical to the first-generation version, but t...
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androidauthority.com
Reviewed on 2020-03-01
Bluetooth 5.0, Scalable Samsung codec and AAC, Battery life, Qi Wireless charging, Compact build, Mic quality
Lacks aptX, No auto-resume playback, Lacks multipoint functionality
Skeptical eyes roll at iterative tech updates, but the Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus make marked improvements over the original and make it easier to justify the costlier price tag. Physically, the Buds Plus are identical to the first-generation version, but t...
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mashable.com
Reviewed on 2020-02-22
22-hour battery life, Noticeably better sound quality, Ambient mode is surprisingly good
Buggy pairing on iOS, Touch pads are too sensitive, Still uncomfortable for smaller ears
When Samsung first released its Galaxy Buds in 2019, I wrote that the company had come very, very close to nailing everything that makes Apple's AirPods great.So when the company showed off its new Galaxy Buds+ which, in addition to upgraded specs, are of...
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androidheadlines.com
Reviewed on 2020-02-21
Impressive battery life, Much improved audio quality, Compatible with Android and iOS
No advanced codec support, No noise cancellation, Carrying case only has enough for one recharge
Samsung released the Galaxy Buds last year, with the Galaxy S10 series. They were pretty decent earbuds, though they weren't really anything special – unless you had a Samsung phone. But with the Galaxy Buds+ in 2020, Samsung upgraded just about every asp...
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slashgear.com
Reviewed on 2020-02-17
Audio quality noticeably improved, In-call audio much better, Battery life is excellent, iOS app gives iPhone users more features
Still no active noise cancelation, IPX2 water-resistance rating is low, Touch controls can be finicky
Samsung's Galaxy Buds+ may have had to share stage-time with the Galaxy S20 series and the Galaxy Z Flip at Unpacked 2019, but that's not to say the updated wireless earbuds weren't worth attention. Follow-up to last year's well-received Galaxy Buds, the...
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soundguys.com
Reviewed on 2020-02-14
Bluetooth 5.0, Scalable Samsung codec and AAC, Battery life, Qi Wireless charging, Compact build, Mic quality
Lacks aptX, No autoresume playback, Limited multipoint
A skeptical eye may roll at what appears to be an iterative upgrade from Samsung with the new Galaxy Buds Plus, but I'm here to tell you that these earphones are worth their asking price. The Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus may be nearly indistinguishable from l...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2020-02-13
Crisp, balanced sound, Long battery life, Strong microphone,
Touch controls are too sensitive, Low water-resistance rating
Samsung rolled out the Galaxy Buds last year to some success, offering a solid alternative to Apple's AirPods for less money. They work well enough that Samsung saw little reason to change much for its new model, the Galaxy Buds+. These $149.99 true wirel...
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