Through a press release to the international press, Samsung today announced the Level family, its new line of “premium” audio devices.The line-up of the series is composed of three headphones and a speaker with NFC , all designed especially to work in conjunction with the smartphones and tablets manufactured by South Korea.
The flagship of the line is Level Over, a wireless over-the-ear phone equipped with a handsome pair of 50mm neodymium drivers.The device – which weighs 350 grams – also has Bluetooth 3.0 and support for the aptX and SBC codecs.Level On is a more modest and affordable model: with 40mm drivers, the headset stands out with a detachable cable and a built-in microphone with various controls.
Level In, on the other hand, is an in-ear phone aimed at people who like something less flashy and portable.The model promises to offer a clean sound and marked bass, accompanying four rubber ear protectors and three foam ear protectors.
Finally, the latest member of Samsung’s new family of handsets is the Level Box, a portable speaker capable of connecting to your mobile device via NFC and equipped with a (noise-canceling) microphone that enables calls to be made through the Device itself.Sound is provided by 56mm drivers and the internal rechargeable battery promises to withstand up to 15 hours of uninterrupted music playback.
It does not stop there
A very interesting aspect of the Level line is the fact that all of your devices are compatible with S-Voice, a feature popular with Samsung’s smartphone and tablet users.That way, you can dictate voice commands to your mobile device through the built-in microphones on the headphones and the speaker, without the need to take the gadget out of your pocket.
In addition, the company also said it intends to launch an unprecedented application for Android that can be used to customize some audio options of the series headphones (applying equalizations and other miscellaneous settings).
Samsung did not release the suggested price of any of the models announced, but warned that they will be available from the second half of May “in most markets around the world.”Is Brazil included in this “majority”?