Samsung Galaxy Home Mini Smart Speaker Passes Bluetooth Certification

The smart speaker of Samsung Galaxy Home Mini, has just received the bluetooth connection certification from the technology regulatory group. This indicates that the competitor's Amazon Echo It's from Apple HomePod it would be very close to happen.


Device would basically be a cheaper Galaxy Home, saving on speakers and microphones

The product of the South Korean code maker SM-V310, appeared in the database of Bluetooth Special Interest Group (GIS) is the organization that takes care of bluetooth connectivity specifications. This approval confirms that the device is called Galaxy Home Mini and that it uses the Bluetooth 4.2 standard. This is the same technology version supported by the standard model of Galaxy Home, which comes with the code SM-V510.

Official Website: Samsung Galaxy Home

The hardware iteration sent to Bluetooth SIG would be quite initial, as the document reports that it is Galaxy Home Mini revision 0.1. Already the software version would be more polite, bringing the number 310,001.

There is not much other data related to the Galaxy Home Mini, but it is expected that it will only be available in black with no other options in the launch. It will certainly be smaller than the original Galaxy Home and have fewer microphones and speaker drivers positioned inside. The smart speaker should bring factory support for the Bixby 2.0 virtual assistant. Finally, the gadget should still come with a hub of SmartThings to allow the user to easily control their home devices.

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