Samsung Debuts HM7000, the ‘Ultimate Overachiever’ Bluetooth Headset
Samsung Mobile unveiled its latest Bluetooth headset today, the HM7000, announcing the device with a late October release. Dubbed as the ‘Ultimate Overachiever’ in Bluetooth technology, it comes with a charging station and features Samsung’s most advanced dual-mic noise reduction and echo cancellation ever. Expected to run $99.99 through T-Mobile and RadioShack stores, the Bluetooth 3.0 headset support voice commands, A2DP music streaming, and multi-point technology. Android users take note, there’s a Samsung FreeSync app which can be downloaded from the Android Market which adds text-to-speech functionality.
SAMSUNG MOBILE INTRODUCES THE HM7000 – THE ULTIMATE OVERACHIEVER IN BLUETOOTH HEADSETS – AVAILABLE SOON AT T-MOBILE AND RADIOSHACK
Samsung Mobile raises the bar for Bluetooth headsets with premium-tier audio technology and extraordinary battery life
DALLAS, Sept. 28, 2011 – Samsung Telecommunications America (Samsung Mobile), the No.1 mobile phone provider in the United States1, today announced the intelligently slim, capable and convenient HM7000 Bluetooth® headset, available at T-Mobile retail stores nationwide and online beginning late October, and at select RadioShack stores nationwide starting in November. Accompanied by an ingenious portable charging cradle, the HM7000 from Samsung Mobile combines premium design and efficiency to create the ultimate overachiever in Bluetooth headsets.
Designed with a sleek, attractive form factor for the fashion-conscious consumer, the HM7000 Bluetooth headset also features a one-of-a-kind portable charging solution that is as premium as it is practical. In addition to its textured finish and chrome metal details, the HM7000’s portable charging cradle keeps the headset encased and protected when snapped closed, allowing for maximum portability and charging on the go. With one, quick nudge at the case’s hidden hinge, the cradle seamlessly unfolds into an attractive desktop dock, providing a smart and efficient charging station and display stand for the HM7000.
In addition to portability, the HM7000’s charging case provides the user with first class battery life, adding the ability to fully charge the HM7000 up to three additional times while on the go. The case also features an on/off switch on the side to conserve power, as well as LED battery status indicators on both the case and the headset. With its extended battery life, Samsung made sure to fit the HM7000 earpiece with an advanced ear gel design for maximum comfort and wearability.
The HM7000 is equipped with Samsung isolāt™, Samsung’s most advanced dual-mic noise reduction and echo cancellation technology to date, as well as a boom mic for enhanced call clarity in a variety of environments. Voice commands and voice prompts come standard on the HM7000, while the Samsung FreeSync Android App, available for free at the Android Market, provides users with added features such as text-to-speech capability for e-mail and text messaging, social media feed updates, caller ID and more.
Samsung HM7000 Product Specifications
- Bluetooth version 3.0
- Profiles: Stereo (A2DP) Bluetooth Codec (MP3, SBC), Mono (HFP)(HSP)
- Talk time: Up to 4 hours (headset); up to 16 hours with charging unit
- Standby time: Up to 160 hours (headset); up to 640 hours with charging unit
- Voice Prompt & Command
- Text-to-speech functionality with Samsung FreeSync Android App
- Samsung isolāt™ Dual mic noise cancellation/echo cancellation technology
- Music streaming (A2DP support)
- Active Pairing
- Multipoint technology
The Samsung HM7000 will be available in late October for $99.99 at T-Mobile retail stores nationwide and at www.T-Mobile.com, and at select RadioShack stores nationwide starting in November. For more information, please visit www.samsung.com.
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