As if telling us that it has other products aside from the Galaxy phone series, Samsung has just announced three new Bluetooth headsets – the HM1610, HM3600, and Samsung Modus 6450. The last one being the second headset other its Modus family of Bluetooth products. All three Bluetooth headsets boast of advanced multi-point technology, voice commands, SoundAlive and stereo-audio enhancements as well as Android app support.
Quickly, here’s a rundown of the key specs and features of each of these headsets. The Samsung Modus 6450 boasts of Samsung FreeSync Android App support, voice command and voice prompt, voice command and EQ setting implementation, mono and stereo convertible, SoundAlive stereo audio enhancements, dual-mic noise/echo cancellation, LED indicator, advanced multipoint and multiconnection technology, active pairing, up to 6 hours talk time and 180 hours standby time.
The Samsung HM3600 Bluetooth 3.0 headset on the other hand features on the ear speaker design, dual mic noise reduction and echo cancellation, voice prompts, advanced multipoint technology, up to 9 hours of talk time and 300 hours of standby time.
Finally, we have the Samsung Bluetooth 3.0+EDR headset has near end enhanced audio technology, single-mic noise reduction and echo cancellation, wind noise reduction, speech intelligibility, active pairing, advanced multipoint technology, automatic volume control and up to 6 hours of talk time and 250 hours of standby time.
So there, which one are you most likely to get if you’re planning to purchase a new Bluetooth headset?
via [Samsung Newsroom]