Samsung Gear IconX 2018 True Wireless Earphones – News | GadFit

October 23, 2017

Samsung is no stranger to true wireless earphones having had their first run with the Gear IconX in 2016, long before there were even rumours about Apple’s AirPods. This year end, the new Samsung Gear IconX 2018 ($199.99) true wireless earbuds gets an upgrade in the form of lengthier battery life and voice command via Bixby or Google Voice.

samsung gear iconx 2018 first feature

The Gear IconX 2018 connects to compatible Android and iOS devices and streams music via Bluetooth. Users can also store up to 1000 songs and play them directly with the touch sensors on the ear phones. And when you want to hear what’s going on around you, simply activate the ambient sound setting.

So far so smart.

Samsung Gear IconX 2018 features:

  • True wireless earphones with ambient sound setting
  • 4 GB built in storage
  • Accelerometer, IR, touch sensors
  • Track speed, distance, and calories burned via Samsung Health.
  • Up to seven hours of MP3 listening and up to five hours of Bluetooth battery life.
  • Answer calls via on board mic
  • Pairs with both compatible Android and iOS devices
  • Real time voice guidance
  • 3 sizes of wingtips and eartips

samsung gear iconX 2018 on model

The earphones are good for 5 hours of Bluetooth streaming, 7 hours of MP3 listening, or 4 hours talk time. The accompanying charging case holds up to another full charge for the Samsung Gear IconX 2018 earphones, ensuring you never run out of juice for your tunes.

Specifically for Android users with access to S Health app, the Samsung Gear IconX allows the user to hear real time voice guided coaching and track  speed, distance, and calories burned.

samsung gear iconx 2018 family

To ensure optimum fit, Samsung will be providing 3 sizes of wingtips and ear tips for users to customise.

The Samsung Gear IconX 2018 is available in black, pink or gray and pre-orders have already started on Samsung and Amazon. The earphones will officially ship on 27th October 2017.

Source: Samsung

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