“The AKG N400 TWS earbuds have been launched with features like active noise cancellation and water resistance, which are missing on the Galaxy Buds+”
Samsung’s new AKG N400 truly wireless earbuds have been launched as worthy rivals to the AirPods Pro. The earphones are equipped with active noise cancellation to block the ambient noise and are also IPX7 rated for water-resistant, both of which are features missing on the Samsung Galaxy Buds and the Galaxy Buds+. There’s TalkThrue feature so you stay aware of the surroundings. The AKG N400 earbuds are equipped with 8.2mm driver with a frequency response of 10Hz-20KHz and a sensitivity of 96 DB SPL. The earphones connect via Bluetooth 5.0 and support SBC and AAC codecs.
The AKG N400 earbuds feature beamforming technology for better quality during voice calls. There is a microphone on each earbud and capacitive touch controls to change tracks, adjust volume and more. You can trigger voice assistants, including Bixby, Assistant and Siri. The AKG N400 earbuds are claimed to last up to six hours on a single charge (five hours with ANC enabled) and the case can only charge the earbuds once, bringing the total to 12 hours. There’s a companion app to customise audio, ANC level and touch controls.
The AKG N400 earbuds charge via USB Type-C, but they also support wireless charging. They are available in black, blue, and navy colour options. Each earbud weighs 7.7 grams, and the case weighs 65 grams. The AKG N400 earbuds are priced at KRW 230,000 (around Rs 14,300) in South Korea. The global availability of the earphones isn’t revealed just yet.