Samsung held a new product launch conference last week and officially launched the Galaxy S21 series of flagship phones. It also brought a new generation of true wireless headsets-Galaxy Buds Pro.
According to South Korean media reports, Samsung recently launched two retro-themed charging cases in the local area. The appearance is re-engraved with two old-fashioned clamshell phones, using the Anycall T100 and Anycall E700 designs.
After putting on the protective case, the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro becomes an old-fashioned clamshell machine in seconds. The small and round shape is very attractive, while retaining the elements of the external antenna, which has a high degree of restoration, which also evoked many users’ age. Memories.
It is understood that the Anycall E700 and Anycall T100 were launched in 2002 and 2004 respectively. At that time, Samsung’s mobile phone brand in the Asia-Pacific region was called Anycall, and they only replaced it with the now-familiar SAMSUNG logo after 2011.
Samsung launched the Anycall retro headset case to commemorate the development of the brand, and also to add some selling points to the Galaxy Buds Pro.
At present, this protective case is only sold in South Korea for a limited time, and users can only purchase the Galaxy Buds Pro at a price of KRW 33,000.
As for the Galaxy Buds Pro earphones, they are also full of selling points. They not only upgrade to a more ergonomic structural design, but also integrate Samsung’s latest wind and noise design to minimize the contact area with the wind, plus a uniquely designed sound cavity. , Breathable grid, can filter out wind disturbance.
At the same time, Galaxy Buds Pro also supports intelligent active noise reduction (ANC), which can isolate up to 99% of background noise. Through three sets of microphones and a voice pickup (VPU), it can effectively separate the human voice and background sound to ensure users Obtain the required sound information clearly. One of the external microphones also uses a high signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) design to further eliminate background noise.