Samsung announced its first pair of true wireless earbuds AKG N400, according to TizenHelp. It available in black, white, and blue, and also support wireless charging.
Also, samsung has only just released its own $150 Galaxy Buds Plus true wireless headphones, which it advertises as having sound that’s been tuned by AKG. However, there are a number of differences between the two pairs.
AKG’s true wireless earbuds are the slightly more premium of the two pairs. They’ve got better IPX7 water resistance that means they should survive being completely submerged, compared to the IPX3 that the Galaxy Buds Plus have. They’re also noise-cancelling, which isn’t the case with the Galaxy Buds Plus.
The IPX7 earbuds feature 8.2mm high-sensitivity drivers with an impedance of 16 ohm and a dual-mic array and feature 6 hours battery life, and another 6 hours in the wireless charging case.
Noteworthy, Samsung launched Galaxy M21 smartphone on March 16 in India, it will be on sale via Amazon India, the M21 will pack a 6,000 mAh battery – which is now a standard for most Galaxy M-series smartphones.
A recent report claimed the Galaxy M21 will sport specs similar to the Galaxy M30s. This means that the other two cameras on the Galaxy M21 will be an 8MP 123-degree ultra-wide lens and a 5MP depth sensor.
M21 will have a 20MP front camera sensor. The company is sticking to an Infinity-U display to house the front camera. The AMOLED panel has fairly thin bezels, except the bottom lip which is slightly thick. Galaxy M21 is expected to feature a 6.4-inch Full HD+ screen.