Samsung pushes stability improvements to Galaxy Buds2 Pro with first public software update
Samsung has updated the Galaxy Buds2 Pro, its latest pair of earbuds. Released in August, the earbuds have received decent reviews so far, in part because of their lightweight build and 24-bit audio support on Samsung devices. However, it seems that they cannot match the audio quality, battery life and ANC that something like the Sony WF-1000XM4 offers.
Available to download now, R510XXU0AVI7 is a minor update and is approximately a 6 MB file size. For reference, Samsung distributes wearable update through the Galaxy Wearable app even on Samsung devices. As the screenshot below highlights, R510XXU0AVI7 only contains stability and reliability improvements. Unfortunately, Samsung has not outlined in what areas the Galaxy Buds2 Pro needed these improvements.
Incidentally, while R510XXU0AVI7 is the first update that Samsung has released since the earbuds' launch, it is not the earliest update listed on the company's website. Instead, Samsung distributed R510XXU0AVG5 in mid-July, over a month before the earbuds debuted alongside the Galaxy Z Fold4 and Galaxy Z Flip4. The same website lists the earbuds' Android version too, which is actually a version of Real Time Operating System (RTOS 1.0). Unfortunately, it remains to be seen whether Samsung plans to add any other features to the Galaxy Buds2 Pro, such as greater gesture customisations.