Samsung is all geared up to release its new products and rumored tablets in the market. One of the lots is Headphone which comes with noise cancellation feature that enables the user to enjoy the music. One of the most extravagant features is that it can cancel the noise despite being a wireless headphone. Today getting an inexpensive headphones are really hard to get. Even if you get a cheap one that costs $20, you won’t be satisfied with its sound quality.

Samsung has decided to have good sound that is suitable for your pocket as you can get it by paying some extra amount. The cost of Level on wireless headphones is just $ 249. However, this should not be the reason for you to enjoy music or movies.  The headphones are not that complicated and there is on or off button that allows you to turn on your headphones and can even cancel the noise. 

The best thing is that the right ear cup is touch pad that can easily adjust the volume of the headphones. You can easily increase or decrease the volume by just swiping the button in the up and down direction. Moreover, another feature that enables the users to pass over the music by just swiping forward as well as backward. It bags a battery life of 23 hours for Bluetooth connectivity and 20 hours of battery backup for listening to your favorite music. However, if the noise cancellation mode is activated the battery life gets limited to near about 11 hours. 


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