The Samsung Level U2 has been unveiled as the company’s latest neckband-style wireless earbuds. The new model comes five years after the launch of the original Level U, starting back in July 2015. Level U2 earbuds with ergonomically designed ear tips and 12mm drivers. Earbuds are also used to deliver balanced sound over Bluetooth using proprietary Samsung scalable codec technology. The Samsung Level U2 also claims to provide up to 18 hours of continuous music playback time on a single charge.
The Samsung Level U2 is priced at KRW 55,000 (around Rs 3,700). According to a Sammobile report, earbuds are available to purchase in the South Korean market. There is a discount of KRW 2,000 (around Rs 100) exclusively for Samsung members. Details about the global launch of Samsung Level U2 have not yet been revealed.
According to information available on the Samsung Levant website, the Samsung Level U2 comes with 12 mm drivers, with a speed of 32 ohms and a frequency response of 20,000Hz. The earbuds come with a built-in microphone and Bluetooth connectivity. Also, four physical buttons enable receiving calls as well as features including mute / reject calls.
The Samsung Level U2 includes a USB Type-C port for charging. The earbuds have an inbuilt battery pack that can last up to 18 hours.
Samsung is introducing a new ear design, which it claims helps you listen to music for longer. The neckband is also designed in such a way that it can sit comfortably at your preferred angle, according to the company. In terms of dimensions, the level U2 measures 146x39x170 mm and weighs 41.5 grams.