New Samsung AirPods
Samsung could launch new wireless headphones with the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Specifically, they would be similar to Apple’s AirPods, but from Samsung. These new headphones would feature Bluetooth wireless technology, and would likely be independent of each other, just like Apple’s AirPods.
It has already been said that Samsung’s new headphones could have Bixby built in, Samsung’s intelligent assistant that is already available for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and that will also be available for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. However, this is not very relevant considering that the Bixby intelligent assistant has not yet been launched in Spain, and that may not be released until 2018.
In any case, these headphones could be a good option if we want to buy some Wireless headphones similar to AirPods but that are compatible with our Android mobile. While it is true that there are already some wireless headphones on the market, those that are cheap do not have great audio quality, and those that do have great quality are very expensive.
That’s why Samsung’s new AirPods-like earbuds could be a good option for users who want to buy quality wireless headphones, but also not very expensive. However, it is not that they will be very cheap, since it is very possible that its price exceeds 100 euros.
Included with the Samsung Galaxy Note 8?
What would be cool is that Samsung’s new AirPods-style wireless headphones were included with the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. In fact, the smartphone would have a price of about 1,100 euros, being a remarkably expensive mobile, similar to the iPhone 8 that would arrive with a price of about 1,200 euros. However, if it included these AirPods-type wireless headphones, it would already be a better purchase than the iPhone 8. And it is that Apple’s AirPods are not included in the purchase of the iPhone. It would be great if Samsung did include these new wireless headphones with the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
Either way, Both the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and Samsung’s new AirPods headphones will be officially unveiled on August 23.