We have currently reviewed 6 Samsung headphones. They're a huge brand that also makes stylish and feature-packed headphones for casual everyday use.
The best Samsung headphones we've tested so far are the Samsung Galaxy Buds. They're very well-designed, with a stable yet surprisingly comfortable in-ear fit and touch-sensitive controls you can customize in their companion app for Android, Samsung Wearable. They sound quite well-balanced out-of-the-box, and if you find they're missing a bit of bass, you can use the EQ presets in the app to boost it a bit. Their battery performance is better than that of most truly wireless earbuds we've seen so far, and their charging case is great too. They're not ideal for sports since they're only rated IPX2, which means they might not survive a tough workout, and mapping their controls can be a bit of a hassle, but their sleek design and good overall performance place them among the best Bluetooth earphones we've reviewed to date.
The best budget Samsung headphones we've tested so far are the Samsung U Flex. They have a flexible neckband design that ensures your music is always at arm's reach. They also have magnetic earbuds to help with cable management when you're on-the-go. They sound a bit bright when you first try them out, but if you have a Samsung phone or tablet, you can take advantage of the Samsung Level app which gives you access to lots of customization options, like a graphic EQ, to tweak their performance to your liking. Unfortunately, the app is rather lackluster on other Android devices, but since they support multi-device pairing you can take advantage of their customization options on a Samsung device while remaining paired to another. They're among the best cheap wireless earbuds we've tested so far and are worth considering if you want something decent that won't break the bank.
Overall, Samsung makes sleek-looking headphones that tend to sound pretty decent. For the price, their headphones have lots of active features for added versatility. However, the headphones we've reviewed so far tend to feel rather durable as competing brands. Their lineup also doesn't have that much variation, so you might not find a model that fits your specific needs and preferences.
Samsung is a big brand that delivers versatile, stylish, and feature-packed headphones, but don't offer as many headphone choices as some of their competitors. On the upside, the headphones they produce typically sound quite well-balanced, and have a lot of premium features, like touch-sensitive control schemes and decent app support. Unfortunately, they're not built as sturdily as similar models from other brands.
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