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Samsung’s Galaxy Buds 2 Pro fall to a new all-time low for Black Friday

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Samsung’s Black Friday deals have arrived. One of the biggest discounts is Galaxy Buds 2 ProThe Bora Purple wireless earbuds are currently on sale at Amazon for $125, a 46% discount from their original price of $230. they used to $155 On Prime Daybut this is the cheapest price we’ve seen on the website.We called the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro Samsung’s best earbuds. review, praised it for being more comfortable than its predecessor. He’s 15% smaller than the company’s first flagship earbuds and features internal vents for a better fit and less pressure on your ears.


We were also impressed with the earbuds’ ability to deliver full, nuanced bass and clear, detailed sound. is immersive. Samsung also claims that the new Pro’s active noise canceling feature is 40% better than the first model. Only the Bora Purple version sells for almost half the model’s original price, but the white and black versions also sell for $200 or $30 less than the retail price.

However, if you want to buy earbuds even cheaper than $125, Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 is also currently on sale. Olive green and lavender variations are available for $90. That’s the lowest retail price ever for a $150 model. The Galaxy Buds 2 are also small and comfortable in your ears like Samsung’s new professional earbuds, with active noise cancellation, adjustable ambient sound modes, and wireless charging.

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