Samsung accidentally leaks details of the $ 83 Galaxy Home Mini smart speaker
Samsung ACCIDENTLY leaked details of the $ 83 Galaxy Home Mini smart speaker into a now deleted website post
- Samsung published details of its Galaxy Home Mini in a press release now removed
- The press release appears to have been published on the Samsung site by accident.
- Your Galaxy Home Mini will cost $ 83 and will be released on February 12
- It will probably be announced at an important press event next week.
Samsung's next line of new products has been at the center of several leaks, but this time, the Korean tech giant was to blame.
On Monday, Samsung accidentally leaked details of its next smart speaker, the Galaxy Home Mini, in a post uploaded to its South Korean website that has since been removed.
According to the press release, he will launch in South Korea on February 12 and cost $ 83.
In a statement captured and translated by Android Police, Samsung described several details of the company's next smart speaker delivery.
The Galaxy Home Mini (presented above) is likely to launch next week during a major Samsung press event
& # 39; Galaxy Home Mini & # 39; You can freely control several devices through voice commands through Bixby. Two microphones are integrated to support voice recognition over long distances & # 39; & # 39 ;, the statement said.
& # 39; Galaxy Home Mini & # 39; It allows you to make, receive and send and receive messages only with your voice without connecting your smartphone. When connected to an external sensor, it detects emergency situations such as fire, smoke and leaks and provides notifications quickly. It also tells you if your appliance is working or when it needs to be replaced.
Samsung also says its Galaxy Home Mini will be equipped with 5W speakers and 360 degree surround sound.
While the device has remained somewhat hidden for now, it is likely to be revealed at an important event of the tech giant next week.
In that case, Samsung is expected to launch its next flagship phone, the Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus.
Samsung's Galaxy S20 Plus leaked into images long before the actual presentation of the device and has been one of the many leaks related to Samsung
According to the leaks of XDA Developers, the S20 Plus, which is the largest version of Samsung's flagship phones that will be launched in February, will definitely have a high-end 120 HZ screen that had previously only been rumored.
The 120 HZ display will offer a high refresh rate, but will only work with the standard resolution of the phone compared to the WQHD setting – quad high – which records 1440p instead of 1080p.
In addition, XDA says the phone will come with a traditional headphone jack and a fingerprint scanner & # 39; ultrasonic & # 39; on the screen.
The last feature marks a significant confirmation since Samsung has tried to include on-screen fingerprint reading technology in the past to remarkably mixed results.
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