Samsung has unveiled a fresh and exciting bid. The Galaxy S21 series was published in January, and the company has come up with an appealing deal for its loyal customers. With the purchase of any Galaxy S21 series smartphone, Samsung is including Galaxy Buds+ for free.
Offer for Galaxy Buds+
You are not expected to complete any lengthy requirements or quests in order to be qualified for this exciting bid. Samsung is giving away this Galaxy Buds+ to everyone who buys a Samsung Galaxy S21 smartphone. This deal may also be referred to as a New Year’s offer. The deal is only available for a limited time. The brand has made an incredible and enticing bid.
The Galaxy S21 series already has a long list of impressive and appealing specifications and features. The inclusion of this promotion would encourage many more people to buy the Galaxy S21 series. The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is the most advanced and powerful of the three flagship phones in the S21 series.
Galaxy Buds+ Specifications
- Dimension (Buds+): 17.5 x 19.2 x 22.5mm
- Dimension (Charging Case): 38.8 x 70 x 26.5mm
- Weight: 6.3 grams (Buds+); 39.6 grams (Charging Case)
- Audio: Adaptive 3-mic system (2 outer mics & 1 inner mic), 2-way dynamic speaker (Woofer + Tweeter); Scalable, ACC, SBC audio codec
- Connectivity: Bluetooth 5.0
- IP Rating: IPX2 (Splash resistant)
- Sensors: IR, Hall, Accelerometer, Touch
- Compatibility: Android 5.0 or higher with at least 1.5GB RAM; iOS 10 or above
- Battery: Earbuds: 85 mAh / Charging case: 270 mAh
- Charging: USB Type-C, Qi-certified wireless charging (PowerShare)
- Colors: Blue, White, Black
- Galaxy Buds+ Price In Nepal: Rs. 16,999
If you’re on the fence about purchasing the Galaxy S21 series, now is the best time to do so. If you’re interested in purchasing the Galaxy S21 series flagship phones, this deal is only available for a limited time. You can also purchase the phone from this location.
What are your views on Samsung’s latest promotion? Are you planning to purchase one of the Galaxy S21 models? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.
This article is sourced from NepaliTelecom.com