Galaxy Buds Pro is Samsung’s latest flagship TWS product. This pair of truly wireless earphones was unveiled alongside the Galaxy S21 series earlier this year. Recently, Samsung launched slightly cheaper earbuds called Galaxy Buds2. The new pair comes with some interesting features. These features are being now rolled out to the Galaxy Buds Pro.
Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro
Samsung has started rolling out a new firmware update for the Galaxy Buds Pro worldwide. The new update arrives with firmware version R190XXUA0UH5. In order to download and install this update, users need to be on the latest version of Galaxy Buds Pro plugin app and Galaxy Wearable app.
According to the official changelog, the latest firmware update adds ‘Ambient Sound’ support for calls and an option to customize ‘Ambient Sound’. Additionally, the update also brings support for ANC using a single earbud and a new ‘Noise Control’ feature.
The new firmware update for the Galaxy Buds Pro is said to be rolled out in batches across the globe. Hence, some users might receive it earlier, while others will have to wait a little bit longer.
Having said that, the newly released Galaxy Buds2 offers almost all the features of the Galaxy Buds Pro at a cheaper price tag. But it does not come with certain features like 360 Audio and ‘Intelligent ANC’. The latter feature enables automatic switching between ANC and ambient mode based on environment.