Galaxy Buds 2 Pro can still automatically switch between different Samsung devices.
However, they, unfortunately, lack multipoint support so you can't connect them to two audio sources simultaneously.
The convenient feature is becoming increasingly common in earbuds, and Google recently included Multipoint in its Pixel Buds Pro.
So it's disappointing to see Samsung ship a new flagship set of earbuds without it.
But on the plus side, Samsung says the Buds 2 Pro can now achieve 24-bit Hi-Fi audio playback.
You'll need a phone running One UI 4.0 or later, and Samsung notes that 24-bit support will vary depending on the apps you know.
Samsung's proprietary Unlimited Codec is also off hi-fi wireless playback.
Battery life is rated for five hours of playback or up to eight hours with it turned off. In case, you get a total of 20 hours or 30 hours if you keep it off.
Sony already has a solution with its LDAC codec, available in the WF-1000XM5 and LinkBuds S.