So are Samsung galaxy's new wireless headphones and tracking labels

Samsung has taken advantage of the Unpacked event, held today, to also present the new Galaxy Buds Pro wireless headphones, with which to try to deal with Apple's well-known wireless headphones, as well as lost object tracking tags, the new Galaxy SmartTag, with which to deal with Tile, complementing the Galaxy ecosystem.

Regarding the new Galaxy Buds Pro, Samsung wanted to surpass itself by offering the highest quality product possible, understanding that wireless headphones are no longer used exclusively when doing sports activities.

That's why focusing on the workplace, Samsung promises that its new wireless headphones are capable of delivering high-quality calls. When it comes to enjoying music or other content, these headphones can offer a fairly complete and immersive audio quality.

This is joined by what they call Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) smarter than any other wireless headset, being able to work together with the Ambient Sound function, with extensive customization capabilities according to the preferences of the users depending on the environment in which they are located.

The new Galaxy Buds Pro consists mainly of the 11-millimetre woofer for deeper bass and a 6.5-millimetre tweeter for a sharper treble with as little distortion as possible.

Also, they bring three microphones and a voice pickup unit (VPU) to try to separate the voice from unwanted sounds at the time of calls, arriving with the help of Wind Shield technology to minimize the impact of the wind when speaking.

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Regarding battery life, Samsung talks about 8 hours per charge, adding an additional 20 hours if the charging case is used, although with Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) enabled, this range is reduced to 5 hours and 13 hours respectively.

Regarding Samsung's new Galaxy SmartTags, the company has created two variants of its new tracking tags: the regular SmartTag and the SmartTag+. The main difference between the two is that the second makes use of Ultra-Broadband Technology (UWB) instead of Bluetooth to get a much more accurate location, although in any case, the location range puts it within a radius of 120 meters from the mobiles where the searches are being carried out.

In any case, they are tile-like labels, made of plastic and with IP53 resistance, that have a CR2032 button battery for an interior operating range of one year, and a button that allows pairing with the mobile, using the SmartThings application, to enable its location.

Its connection to the objects will be made through a hole, which makes it easier to be carried in keychains and other objects, being devices that have measures of 40x40mm, being already available for sale for now in black for 34.99 euros per unit.

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