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Samsung’s Galaxy Buds Pro are just $125 at Amazon

Mariella Moon
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Samsung is giving you one last chance to get the Galaxy Buds Pro at a discount from Amazon before the end of the year. The earbuds, which we called Samsung’s best headphones to date when we reviewed them in January, are currently available for $125. That’s $75 less than the original $200 retail price and only $5 more than the all-time low at Amazon-owned Woot. The main Amazon has return policies that Woot doesn’t offer — plus the form isn’t available right now on the deals site anyway.

Buy Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro on Amazon – $125

We had the Galaxy Buds Pro score 85 in our review and praised it for its comfortable fit, thanks to Samsung’s incorporation of Live Curves with the Buds’ original small form factor. The company said the model has the “most comprehensive sound” among true wireless earbuds, and we found its sound to have real depth and clarity. The buds feature active noise cancellation, and the ear tips are effective enough in sealing off the ear canal to block out static background noise. Furthermore, the model uses Dolby Head Tracking technology to create more immersive audio with Dolby Atmos content, as long as it’s paired with a Galaxy device that supports the feature.

We also found the voice call quality to be better than other models due to the three mics for the buds and Wind Shield technology. When it comes to battery life, we’ve found that it matches the company’s estimate of five hours with ANC and Bixby and eight hours without them.

All Galaxy Bud Pro colors are on sale right now, so you can choose between Phantom White, Phantom Black, Phantom Silver, and Phantom Violet.

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