Samsung Galaxy Buds+ Are Half Price Right Now in This Amazon Deal

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Amazon Prime Day offered up some very exciting deals on sought-after tech – but if you missed out on the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ offer, then you might still be in luck.

Samsung's Galaxy Buds+ are usually sold for £159, and during Prime Day, Amazon's Prime members were able to take advantage of a discount that cut £100 off the price.

However, we've spotted a new offer which means they're now half-price – just £79 – and that price is available to all customers, not just Prime members.

What's more, there are larger price cuts on different colourways. The white edition of the Galaxy Buds+ is selling for £72 at the time of writing (although there was only one pair left in stock), while the blue edition is listed for £69.50 – again with limited availability.

The wireless earbuds feature 2-way speakers which deliver sound by Grammy Award-winning AKG Acoustics, giving you crisp notes and powerful basslines from your music.

They also feature an adaptive 3-mic system to give you crystal clear calls, meaning that your voice can be received with no outside interruptions when you're on a call, even if you're in a noisy environment.

The Samsung Galaxy Buds+ feature next-generation Ambient Sound, which allows you to control how much outside noise you want to hear – handy if you're on the move. You can also control playback and calls with a tap of the earphones.

Photo credit: Samsung
Photo credit: Samsung

The battery can last up to 11 hours of playtime, or 22 hours with a charging case, and you can also easily pair your Buds+ with other devices including mobile phones, laptops and tablets.

When you order your Buds+ you will also receive a charging case, USB charging cable and silicone ear and wingtips. So head over to Amazon now to snag your pair at a discount price.

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