On the other hand, it looks like the Galaxy Home Mini will support many of the features we expect from existing smart speakers, including playing Spotify music or providing weather information or setting alarms. In addition, the equipment can be paired with another one to achieve a better stereo sound, as well as receiving notifications for equipment in the smarthings line, for example.
Through the leak it is also possible to complete some limitations. The smart speaker does not have a 3.5mm jack input port, which appears to be powered by a micro USB input instead of a USB-C, according to a photo on the back. Max Weinbach also reports that the equipment supports only 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi, without a 5 GHz "view".
The Galaxy Buds Plus leak, followed by Evan Blass last week, shows a practical video by WinFuture's Roland Quandt. In addition to confirming the specifics that have been released, the video and tweets give a better idea of how earphones will behave in the real world.
According to the tweet, the battery of the earphones, which are due to be announced tomorrow, was at 54% after about three and a half hours playing loud music. In terms of sound quality, Quandt considers the bass level of the Galaxy Buds Plus to be a little low, but recalls that it can be corrected through the equalization mode with the bass boost in the company's complementary application.
For Quandt, the quality of the microphones leaves a little to be desired. The people I called said it sounded like he was talking "through a walkie talkie". Environmental noise should also be a problem. According to the leak, the equipment will be sold for 169 dollars in Europe.
On the night of the scares ceremony, which took place this Sunday, Samsung took the opportunity to officially unveil its Galaxy Z Flip, which should be better known tomorrow. In the 2020 edition of Unpacked, several new features are expected, namely in relation to the Galaxy S20.