We can expect a lot from Samsung when it holds its second Unpacked event of the year, which is set to take place on March 2. In addition to the predicted announcements of the Galaxy Z Flip4 and Z Fold4, we may also expect the Galaxy Watch5 series. Samsung is also expected to show us what it has in store for audiophiles. A fresh rumour says that Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Buds2 Pro headphones will cost more than their predecessors, which would make sense given that the new headphones are expected to replace the current Buds Pro as the company’s highest-end earbuds.

It has been reported that Samsung’s new earbuds would sell for $229.99, according to a “source in retail.” Even if this isn’t a tremendous price difference, it’s still enough to make or break certain purchases for some people. Google’s Pixel Buds Pro, on the other hand, are available for $199, which is the same price as the Galaxy Buds Pro’s initial MSRP. The new Buds2 Pro are expected to sell for $20 less than Apple’s AirPods Pro, which sell for $250.

It is possible that this price rise is due to a multitude of factors. The enhanced feature set, of course, is one among them, but other reasons, such as the present economic climate, are also at play. Earbud prices will rise as well as food costs go up, therefore you can expect that they’ll go up as well.

Cost increases are likely for both Samsung foldable phones. Although this is a rumour, we should be clear that anything may happen, including Samsung launching the earbuds at a $230 price point. It’s possible that they’ll go down in price or perhaps go up.

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