Samsung has announced a new variant of its Galaxy Buds Pro in collaboration with Adidas. The new version is called Galaxy Buds Pro Adidas Originals Special Pack and will be available in South Korea later this week. It is said to have been created to demonstrate the company’s environmentally friendly efforts. The new model is equipped with a classic color combination of white and green associated with Adidas Originals. The price is 279,000 KRW, which is about 249 USD. It is made available through the Samsung website and Cocoa.
The Galaxy Buds Pro Adidas Originals Special Package will be available in South Korea from April 7th. It consists of an Adidas Originals snapback case, a special coupon for the purchase of the Adidas Stan Smith sneakers and the Galaxy Buds Pro. The special edition Buds Pro enables a custom Adidas Originals theme in combination with a Galaxy smartphone.
Custom icons, lock screen, call screen and message screen are applied on the connected Galaxy smartphone. In addition, you will receive a quick access icon for the official Adidas online shop. In addition, the snapback case is made from recycled plastic, and the Galaxy Buds Pro special edition uses 20% environmentally conscious post-consumer materials (PCM) to reduce waste.
A Samsung Electronics representative said, “We are planning this special package for consumers looking for value, especially MZ generations interested in sustainable products and fashions, and we will create Galaxy’s unique eco-friendly ecosystem through meaningful collaboration with various brands further strengthen the future. “
The Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro has Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), which is said to reduce ambient noise by up to 99 percent. There is an ambient mode that can amplify ambient noise by up to 20 decibels for better perception. The device can detect when users are speaking to automatically adjust the sound settings.
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