Samsung Gears Up To Debut New Wireless Headphones

Korean electronics manufacturer Samsung is all set to unveil its latest addition to their smartphone line-up, the Galaxy S8.

While it was previously speculated that the debut would take place at the Mobile World Conference (MWC) in February, those expectantly awaiting the arrival of a new Galaxy phone will have to wait until March 29, 2017.

However it is not all disappointing news as several rumors have surfaced that the company will be launching the next-generation version of its Samsung Level In headphones along with the new smartphone.

The new wireless Level In headphones will also offer an Active Noise Cancelling feature which was seen in the first wired headphones model. According to Samsung, the wireless headphones will have the ability to cut out any external ambient sounds of up to 20 decibels. This will guarantee a listening experience that is far more engrossing.

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Though noise-cancelling headphones certainly offer the ability to block out the world around you, this feature can sometimes prove distracting when you are unable to hear someone calling out to you. For this reason, the next-gen Level In headphones from Samsung have a setting dubbed as the ‘Talk-in Mode’. This addition is without a doubt useful, as it will enable a user to hear external sounds when you activate it.

The Active Noise Control of the new Level In headphones will surely make this a must have accessory, provided the company does not let comfort take a back-foot. Following the success of the first wired Level-In headphones, it looks like Samsung is sure to stun yet again.

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While Samsung is releasing the Level In headphones alongside the Galaxy S8, the listening device is said to come with a hefty fee and is expected to be priced at approximately Rs. 9,500. The headphones will reportedly be available in silver, green, red and black, similar to the colour scheme of the first model.

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by techtalks @TechTalks February 17, 2017 11:34 AM UTC

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