Samsung Galaxy Buds PRO vs Apple AirPods Pro [Honest Comparison]

They both have active noise cancellation, great sound quality and just about every feature you would want in a good pair of earbuds. In this video I will break down the similarities and differences between these two earbuds in six different categories - including the sound quality, an active noise cancellation test, a microphone test features and everything else that you need to know to decide which is the best pair to buy. The first one you're likely to notice is now the price, even though the airpods pro are a year and a half older, they still sell at their original price of 249. Now galaxy buds pro are released at 1.99, so 50 dollars cheaper. Like I said, the airpods pro are of course a year and a half old.

It is also a little more likely that you will find them somewhere around 220 on sale, but in general, I would expect to pay about a 50 difference between these earbuds. Keep that in mind throughout the rest of this video, because other than that, there's a lot of similarities between these earbuds. I would say that the galaxy buds fit closer in the ear, they're a little more subtle. In my personal opinion, there are also three different colors to choose from from the silver one, the black one as I have here and, of course, the purple version, where when looking at the airpods pro it is just white, but obviously it is not air pods, but I mean you gonna get white air pods.

A lot of people really go out of their way and they want that little stem in your ear, but I mean personally, I would lean more towards galaxy buds pro but leave a comment as above. A little bit about comfort and stability of these so if you go for a run, if you do whatever these remain in your ears - I mean the airpods are older now, so I can say that from my own experience in them at least a year and a half they definitely do a great job of assisting you, they are very comfortable. So the airpods do a great job of that now, while the galaxy buds are really new- and I don't have enough experience to say if they're as good as the airpods, the one thing I can point out is that they are a little bit less convenient to put in your ear.

It's a little bit like a long cylinder and so I find that I like to wiggling it around a lot to get it in my ear last year in the Galaxy buds, plus those definitely beat the airpods because they had the wings vs. pro this year they don't have a wingtip. So far as comfort goes they are pretty even, but I would say that stability would be slightly better with the airpods pro. Of course only time will tell as I continue to wear these when I run, but for the most part they're going to really be similar and when you are working out it's something to consider in a pair of earbuds, and while both of them do more than enough, you know, for the average, sweat or rain.

If you are concerned about them dropping in a puddle or anything like that the galaxy buds plus or galaxy buds pro have an advantage, their ipx7 rated, whereas the airpods are ipx4 again. Of course the apple airpods pro have the lightning charger, whereas the galaxy buds have usb type c.

I think that's an advantage for the galaxy buds because that's typically more common a cable to be kicking around and you will, of course, see that the earbuds are held very differently, so the airpods pro you can't really put it up right on a table like you can't charge it and have them uh, but the galaxy buds I think the case design is slightly better on the Galaxy buds compared to the airpods but of course they are both very compact and the cases overall are doing a great job now as far as controls go on the earbuds. Currently, I can't really pick a specific winner. It is a little force sensor so that's beneficial if you are wearing gloves or if you are concerned about accidental touches it's nice.

But at the same time it's a bit more inconvenient to go and pinch it versus just tapping it, which is what you're doing on the galaxy buds pro, just like the galaxy buds live and the plus and the originals have touch-touch sensors on the outside. In regards to controls, personally, I would probably prefer the galaxy buds pro in most situations. If you live in a cold environment or your hands are wet, like I don't know if it rains a lot or something then maybe you would have an advantage of using the airpods pro, but I mean you can leave a comment below and let me know which of them are best and then the last difference I want to make in this category of basic differences is the battery differences here.

While both of these have about the same battery life in the earbuds when you have active noise cancellation, they can vary a lot when you start to integrate the case or when talking about when anc is off and it gets a little complicated, but essentially the airpods are four and a half hours with anc on or five hours with anc off in the earbuds. And then when you include the case you have 24 hours of total listening time, a pretty solid battery life, but surely not in front of the pack. If you have active noise cancellation on, if you don't care about anc and you don't have it anyway, then realistically you should consider the Galaxy Buds plus.

So category number two is the microphone comparison, so I'm gonna start off indoors. This is a studio environment and it sounds very similar to the galaxy buds pro. I know that these have an excellent microphone, but we ll see how they actually compare to the airpods pro and now. This is the microphone on the airpods pro so comment down below and let me know which one sounds better inside, like I said: we gonna head outside to a louder environment, to see how these sound, if you're saying next to a busy road, for example, all right. So this is what the Galaxy buzz pro sound like with a busy road just right behind me. This is the sound length of airpods pro on a busy road with a lot of traffic behind me.

So let me know if you can hear what I am saying: Okay, so let's roll into category three and start talking about the differences in features between these two different earbuds, because honestly, there are a lot of great earbuds out there and one of the main reasons I like to recommend the galaxy buds lineup and the airpods line up to people is because they are just so versatile. Like they really have a lot of great features and so let's talk about some of the differences now the first, the Airpods pro have a feature that is not seen in the Galaxy buds, and that is the fit test. It will help you decide if you have the correct fit and the right seal in your ear to ensure that you are optimizing active noise cancellation and sound quality.

In any game that you are playing now, be sure that if you're watching something like youtube, a lot of apps compensate for this already, so you won't notice any lag with either of these, but that is why it is specifically called game mode. Some games don't really do this as well, and so it's important for some people to have a low latency and that's what Galaxy buds Pro have now. Another feature: the galaxy buds pro has voice recognition If you have active noise cancellation and you wear ear buds and then you just start speaking, say you are getting on a plane and see a flight attendant, you can just start speaking again.

The switching automatically whenever you speak is really nice that you'll see on the galaxy buds pro, but something that's automatic on the airpods pro. You can certainly equalize either of these, but the adaptive EQ should make the airpods pro pretty convenient in any environment in which you are in any music. I'm going to talk more later on in this video about compatibility but the Galaxy buds pro have an app which is the galaxy ware, of course, you will use that for just about any samsung device that you connect to your phone, but of course, that is available on samsung devices as well as any other android device or ios device. Within this app a cool feature is called find my buds.

So if your earbuds are small little spherical buds - honestly - if you drop them and they roll away - then turn it on and it makes a pretty loud chirping sound - and it does make it significantly easier to find your earbuds. They both have excellent active noise cancellation, but I'm going to jump to a test on my desktop just to sort of illustrate some differences in relative magnitude of these earbuds uh but really to summarize how they both do a good job. All the time, all right, so just for a quick active noise cancellation test, I'm going to compare the relative magnitude here.

So if I just turn on some white noise playing on a tablet, it certainly is not a perfect test, but if I turn it down I can get up to volume about volume, five or six before I start to hear these, and once you get to seven it is like very, very clear. You can hear exactly the sounds, but let's now switch over to the airpods to see how they work. In other words, with the airpods I would say they are definitely more powerful with active noise cancellation. Five is the sound quality that is obviously really important and a pair of earbuds. Unless you're listening to a lot of ed, sheeran or podcasts or anything in this category, then you're going to like airpods pro.

The galaxy buds also do an excellent job, but where the airpods don't really shine is with the lower base. They don't really have a prominent powerful base where the galaxy buds pro are - even though it's not a massive base - it is a step up from the airpods. It's something I prefer uh, because I listen to a little bit more of like rock type stuff and so with that you're probably going to get better sound quality out of the galaxy buds pro but, like I said, both sound really good. The only other thing I would perhaps note is that the airpods do have a little more emphasis like higher meanings or perhaps symbols.

But you can eq that very fully and that changed in the Galaxy ware app now It is a little bit more convenient to have the air pods with an iphone or Galaxy buds. If you enjoyed this video guys consider liking and subscribed thanks for watching I will see you next time, [Music].

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