Samsung’s latest wireless speaker is the Level Box mini

If you are looking for a new low-profile, wireless speaker than you may want to consider the latest offerings from Samsung. The company announced the Samsung Level Box mini this morning, hoping to solve all of your wireless streaming needs in a lightweight, metallic design.

​The Samsung Level Box mini offers a relatively large (55mm) stereo speaker and a passive radiator, “optimized to deliver premium-quality sound that is powerful, crisp and balanced,” according to the company’s official statement at the time of the announcement.

The Level Box mini is compatible with the Samsung Level App, which provides Volume Control, Text-to-Speech, S Voice and SoundAlive. The device features the aptX codec, and a dedicated hardware design to cut-down on noise reduction and echo cancellation, and also has a built-in microphone.

Near-Field Communications (NFC) is offered for pairing, just place an enabled smartphone near the Level Box mini to quickly make a connection. Controlling the speaker is also simple with its built-in buttons that allow you to play or stop a song, adjust the volume, and even accept or reject calls.

​Level Box mini features a colorful, light metallic body design that is 30 percent slimmer than the Level Box. Designed for easy portability, the device is supported with a 1,600mAh battery for 25 hours of playback so that users don’t have to worry about recharging while on-the-go. The device will come in a choice of four colors, including Blue, Blue Black, Red, and Silver.

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