AKG, Samsung's sub-brand, officially launched its new headphones AKG N400 with the feature of active noise cancellation (noise cancellation). The headphones were introduced at the beginning of that month with Samsung's announcement of its new Smart TV 8K QLED. The new product is now available for purchase in South Korea through Samsung's official website.
The new AKF N400 features that have been ignored in Galaxy Buds +, such as active noise cancellation and improved water resistance. Samsung also launched an exclusive AKG app to pair the headphones with your smartphones.
The AKG N400 takes a total of 2 hours to fully charge and offers 12 hours of battery life on a single charge. In Qi certified fast charging mode, it takes just 10 minutes to get 1 hour of battery life. The headphone case also acts as a power bank.
According to specifications, the new headphones can play 6 hours of music without ANC and 5 hours of music playback with ANC enabled. It supports assistants like Bixby, Google Assistant and Siri to provide quick information. To do this, it is necessary to touch the right phone for 2 seconds to activate the function.
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The product also has waterproof rating IPX7 to withstand a depth of 1 meter for 30 minutes. In South Korea, the headphones come with an approximate price of $ 178 dollars and come in black, blue and silver options.
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