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.
The first-generation Galaxy Buds were released last year to great acclaim for their well-rounded sound quality, above-average battery life, and comfortable design. Even though they aren't the new kids on the block anymore, they're still a solid option that's hard to resist now that they're so cheap.
There's no shortage of true wireless earbuds on the market today, but among the best are the Samsung Galaxy Buds+. Already priced fairly with an MSRP of $150, a reputable seller on eBay is now offering these for $98.94, which is around $51 off.
In today's world of AirPods and other true wireless earbuds, the form factor that Jaybird popularized is becoming increasingly rare to see. That said, there are still scenarios in which one might prefer the older style. If you're still in the market for them, Jaybird is currently offering its Tarah Pro in-ear headphones for $99.99, which is $30 off the regular going price and the lowest price we've seen for these, at several retailers.
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.
Samsung's Galaxy Buds series has offered some of the best wireless earbud options for Android users. The second-gen Galaxy Buds+ haven't been available for very long, but the company is already planning to unveil a new set of truly wireless audio offerings. A promo video of the Galaxy Buds Live has leaked on Twitter, giving us one of the closest looks yet at Samsung's new buds.
Amazon announced the Echo Buds, wireless earbuds with Bose's active noise reduction technology, last September. They went up for sale a month later to generally positive reviews. Now an update is rolling out to the Echo Buds, but rather than adding flashy new features, it fixes a bug that could cause dangerous overheating while in the charging case.
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.
There are ample options for wireless earbuds these days, and Sony makes some of the best you can buy if you want active noise cancellation. The company introduced a pair of fitness-focused ANC earbuds earlier this year in the form of the cleverly named WF-SP800N. Now they're on sale for $148 ($51.99 off) at Amazon and Best Buy.