iFixit has a video teardown on the noise-canceling true wireless earbuds and it turns out that they're easy to get into — just a Phillips screw in each bud and some bracket clips for each half of the buds. Adhesive, a repair shop's worst nightmare, is used sparingly to keep certain component clusters together. We're still talking about a very small item that will be easy to sublimate with too much force, but the plug-and-play nature of it all helps. The same goes for the wireless charging case.
Sony's top-of-the-line WF-1000XM3 earbuds aren't the company's only true wireless set. The WF-XB700 (great names, Sony) don't have as many bells and whistles, but they still offer great, bass-forward sound and very strong battery life. What's more, they're just 78 bucks right now on Amazon, $50 less than usual.
If you missed out on the Galaxy Buds+ deal from around a week ago, you're in luck. Woot is currently offering the same (well, technically a dollar pricier) deal: the Buds+ for $99.99. If you're an Amazon Prime member, you get free shipping as well.
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Last month, Xiaomi took the stage in an online-only event to show off a slew of products, including its Redmi 9 phone series and its new true wireless earbuds. Among them was also the hotly anticipated and often-leaked Mi TV Stick, which the company has now finally released in India, where it will become available for purchase starting August 7.
Samsung's new wireless earbuds have been an incredibly poor-kept secret, as the past few months have given us leak after leak. Samsung officially announced the beans-shaped Galaxy Buds Live today, complete with Active Noise Cancellation, 12mm speakers, and an estimated 8-hour battery life.
True wireless buds have definitely become the trend. Sadly, they're not as affordable as traditional bluetooth headphones, but Anker's Liberty Air 2 earbuds are now down to just $80, making them more affordable than their traditional $100 price point.
We were pretty dang sure Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Beans Buds Live headphones were going to include active noise cancellation based on the details in a previously leaked video, but an update to the Samsung Galaxy Buds listing on Apple's App Store has the final proof positive we needed: A big, clear ANC toggle for the Galaxy Buds Live in the app's screenshots. New renders of the upcoming earbuds, including their charging case, have also leaked courtesy of WinFuture's Roland Quandt, who further provides battery life, specs, and prices for the bean-shaped buds.
We've gotten our best look at OnePlus's upcoming true wireless earbuds, the OnePlus Buds, from an app that has been uploaded to our sister site APK Mirror called OnePlus Pods. The payload amounts to pictures of the buds in three colors along with their cases as well as some instructional illustrations.
The Pixel Buds have only just launched in Canada, the UK, and many more international markets, but the good news don't stop there: Google promises a feature drop update to the true wireless earbuds, according to information the company relayed to Forbes. Along with unspecified new capabilities, the update is supposed to finally fix the notorious audio cut out problems the Buds are plagued with, which Google already promised a month ago.