The Galaxy Buds+ were launched in mid 2020, and they dazzled a many individuals (including us), on account of their further developed audio quality, longer battery life, and agreeable fit. Last week, Samsung launched the Galaxy Buds 2, which are intended to succeed the Galaxy Buds+, and presently it appears as though the organization has discontinued the latter. While the organization hasn't formally reported the discontinuation of the Galaxy Buds+ yet, they are unavailable in a few markets, including India. The people over at CNET had the option to affirm through two Samsung salesmen (by means of chat) that the Galaxy Buds+ have indeed been discontinued. Some color variants of the Galaxy Buds+ are accessible on Samsung's website in the US for $99, yet they could be a part of the extra stock. The Galaxy Buds+ were launched with a price tag of $149/€169/INR 11,990, yet Samsung had been selling them for as low as $80/€82/INR 5,990 for a few months now. The organization had even packaged them for free with its flagship cell phones in certain markets. It presently seems as though Samsung is finished with almost all the Galaxy Buds+ units. Samsung could supplant the Galaxy Buds+ with the Galaxy Buds Live as its least expensive TWS offering, at least for the next few months.