The South Korean giant Samsung reignited the old flame of its Level U wireless neckband earbuds with the latest ‘Level U2’. Samsung launched the Level U2 wireless neckband in its home country almost five years after its predecessor made its sequel. With a price tag of 53,000 Won ($47), the Level U2 is a low-cost neckband offers crystal clear sound quality. All this without the hustle-bustle of launching it in an extravagant launch event.
The Samsung Level U2 wireless neckband has a four buttons control system. Under the hood, you’ll find 12mm dynamic drivers producing an impedance of 32 ohms. It has a frequency response of 20,000Hz. It has the latest Bluetooth v5.0 support that allows it to pair with any device wirelessly.
Samsung Level U2 packs in a Li-Ion Polymer battery with 13 hours of talktime and 18 hours of playback time. In fact, this wireless neckband can produce a standby time of 500 hours so you don’t have to worry about it getting discharged soon. It has a USB Type-C to juice up its battery.
Weighing at 41.5 grams, Samsung Level U2 neckband is pretty light and a great companion when you are working out. It has a Scalable Audio Codec from Samsung for impeccable sound quality on Android 7.0 and above on any Samsung smartphones or tablets that you can pick.
Samsung Level U2 in other markets & the new TWS
The first-gen Samsung Level U neckband earbuds were released almost five years ago in numerous markets. The Level U2 just arrived in South Korea and Levant which hints that it will arrive in other markets too. However, we aren’t aware when exactly it will arrive and where. It is to be found out if Samsung launched it in time for the upcoming holiday shopping season or reserves any other rollout timeline.
Samsung is also gearing up for its next-gen TWS Galaxy Buds series which is expected to arrive with the Galaxy S21 series. Samsung usually releases its S-series flagship devices in February. However, there are tonnes of reports stating that Galaxy S21 will arrive in January if not early. Expect the next Galaxy Buds to arrive soon as well.