The earbuds have now started receiving its first software update in select regions.
It’s a small update and weighs just 2.20MB and carries firmware build number R190XXU0AUA1.
Even though it’s a small update, it brings some important addition to the Galaxy Buds Pro.
The new update includes hearing improvements, audio improvements, stability fixes and more.
Galaxy Buds Pro update started rolling out earlier this week and the complete changelog was posted by a Twitter handle @SamsungRydah.
According to the changelog, the update will add Hearing enhancements features along with Left and Right sound balance adjustments.
Other additions include better Bixby wake up response and improved system stability and reliability.
We are not sure whether the update is rolling out to all users across the globe or will it take some time for Samsung to roll out the update in other regions.
Well, in any case, Samsung has taken an aggressive approach when it comes to updating their devices with the latest software update.
For those unaware, the Galaxy Buds Pro comes with two AKG-tuned drivers, an 11mm woofer for better bass output and a 6.5mm tweeter for treble and mids.
Galaxy Buds Pro are equipped with three microphones and a Voice Pickup Unit (VPU) for better voice reception and separate surrounding noise.
The earbuds come with a new intelligent ANC technology that promises to reduce background noise by up to 99%.
There’s also ambient sound mode built into it. This allows users to boost nearby sounds by up to 20 decibels.
Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro: Specifications