Just previous week, the tech firm Samsung unveiled the latest high-end Galaxy S23 series and various other products. However, surprisingly, the company didn’t introduce new Galaxy Buds. As of now, the recent information suggests that the company is all set to introduce some fresh updates to galaxy Buds 2. It appears that instead of introducing new series, the company aims to improve the existing product.
Reportedly, the company has introduced a new firmware. It comes with version R177XXU0AWA3. As of now, it has been introduced to consumers in South Korea. The changelog of the app suggests that the charging stability will be improved with the new update. The new software update is almost 3.06Mb in size. Within the next few days, we can anticipate that the update rolls out to other regions as well.
In order to update the Galaxy Buds 2 with the most recent firmware, Open the Galaxy Wearable app. Select the Galaxy Buds 2 from the menu presented on the left side of the screen. The Galaxy Buds 2 will connect to your smartphone. Now click on Earbud Settings. Select Earbuds software update. Click on Download and install.
About one and a half years ago, the South Korean tech firm introduced the Galaxy Buds 2. Until now no latest version has been introduced. We can anticipate that the company introduces some latest versions by the second half of 2023. If this happens, then we will witness the release of Galaxy Buds 3 in addition to the Galaxy Z Flip 5 and the Galaxy Z Fold 5.
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