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Samsung Level On Wireless, Link headphone features

Samsung is never happy with dominating one market, seeing as though it has become the most popular smartphone maker once again, as it also wants to be the best headphone maker as well. However, we find this a lot less likely, even with its two new models, the Level On Wireless, and Level Link.

These are two new models to add to the premium level line, which proved a hit last summer. The Level On Wireless differs to the previous model because they are now wireless, and so adds a whole new dynamic to the range. What’s more, there are six built-in microphones, which also brings with it active noise cancellation to make your audio listening far more enjoyable.

Samsung Level Link headphone features

Other features for this new model of Samsung headphones include a touch control pad that is said to be very easy to use, and has a huge range of options. However, one of the standout features has to be the ability to share the music you are playing with other Level On Wireless users.

The new Samsung Level Link headphones come with Bluetooth, and so are also wireless. You can also send music to two Bluetooth enabled devices, and the addition of aptX Low Latency codec means that you will be able to watch videos with no lag in sound whatsoever.

You can see a full specs breakdown of both these headphones on the Samsung Press website, as well as the video below. Availability will being in early May, although no pricing details have been shared at this time.

Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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