The next Level


COOL BEATS: The Level range is targeted at users who want better sound from their mobile devices.

Samsung Electronics Co Ltd has announced a new series of audio products called the Level. The series offers a range of audio accessories with organic sound quality, better comfort, ­portability and style to give mobile users a better sound experience for their smartphone or tablet.

The series comprises four types of audio products — Level Over, On, In and Box. All four products allow users to take calls while ­listening to any type of audio.

Level Over is Samsung’s ­flagship over-ear headphones with ­features such as touch controls and wireless Bluetooth pairing.

A 50mm dynamic driver made with high performance Neodymium, which is 30% stronger than regular magnets, lets users get deeper, more ­natural sound, the company claimed.

Level On combines compact style with better comfort and sound system. It is designed to provide a full range of ­natural and clear sound, flexibly ­dampening the airflow with a 40mm dual layered diaphragm.

Level In is a three-way speaker that covers all the low, mid, and high sounds naturally and with clear separation.

And Level Box is a ­compact Bluetooth speaker that ­features a solid metal design with a large stereo speaker and a passive ­radiator. The system provides noise reduction and echo ­cancellation, and a built-in microphone for making phone and conference calls.

Users can place a NFC (near-field communications) enabled smartphone near the Level Box to quickly and easily make a ­connection. Devices without NFC capabilities can still be connected through the speaker’s one-touch Bluetooth pairing system.

Samsung Level series will be available for purchase beginning mid-May in most markets around the world.

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