It is reported that samsung has quietly unveiled a new wireless neck-band headset called U2 in Levant, South Korea, and possibly other markets.This is an iteration of Samsung's Level U, which has been on the market for more than five years, so many consumers may not be too impressed by it.
Judging by its current actions, Samsung is quietly reviving this series.The new Level U2 is sold online in South Korea for 48USD, with Samsung members getting a $2 discount.
In terms of performance, Level U2 supports Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity and the battery can provide up to 18 hours of continuous music playback, according to Samsung.The wireless neck band is equipped with four buttons, adopts 22mm dynamic drive unit, has 32 ohm impedance and 20000-hz frequency response, and can only be charged through type-C interface.
Samsung's Level U neck earphones have been available in many markets for more than five years, so the Level U2 should be available in many markets as well.
Obviously, wireless headsets have changed a lot in the last five years, and TWS (completely wireless solutions) have taken over the market.Samsung's focus is also on the Galaxy Buds, and the new Galaxy S21, which will debut early next year.On the other hand, the Samsung Level U2, with its superior battery and low price, is likely to be a hit with consumers.