6 Unusual Mobile Accessories that Samsung Will Roll Out Worldwide
Article by George Norman
On 01 Nov 2016
They’re kind of weird but cool nonetheless. And starting early November, they won’t be available in Korea only, because Samsung is making these mobile accessories available worldwide – exclusively online, at Samsung.com and other major online shopping sites.

Until now, the 6 online-exclusive mobile accessories listed below were available in Korea only. But Samsung decided to roll them out in markets worldwide beginning in November.

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1. Wireless Speaker Bottle design



The Wireless Speaker Bottle design is a 360-degree surround sound speaker that can be charged wirelessly. It has built-in LED lights that you can control from your Android with the Lux Manager app. If you don’t want to launch the app, you can shake the Speaker Bottle and it will change color.


2. Wireless Charger Tray design



With the Wireless Charger Tray design you can charge two devices at once. Place the Speaker Bottle and your Galaxy smartphone on the tray and it will charge them both.

The Tray also has a USB charging port. While two devices top-up wirelessly, a third can be charged the old fashioned way.


3. Battery Pack Kettle design



The Battery Pack Kettle design is a kettle-shaped battery that holds 5,100mAh or 10,200mAh of power. It is available in coral pink or mint blue, it has an LED status indicator so you can see how much power is in the battery, it has a wrist strap so you can easily carry it with you, and it even has a clever kickstand that props up your phone so you can easily watch videos.


4. USB LED Light



Plug the 5,100mAH or 10,200 mAh USB LED Light into the Kettle Battery Pack and presto, you have a stylish lantern. Alternatively, you can plug its USB port into other devices and have a convenient and portable lighting solution.


5. Wireless Speaker Scoop design



The Wireless Speaker Scoop design is a round, compact speaker that you can take with you. It has a strap so you can easily carry it, it has a soft texture grip that makes it fit well in hand, and it is splash-resistant, meaning it can take some spray and droplets.

But the best part is that it has a built-in microphone, as well as noise-reduction and echo-cancellation technologies. What does this mean? It means you can take calls!


6. In-ear Headphones Rectangle design



What’s unusual about these in-ear headphones is that they have a rectangular design. What’s cool about them is that they have a tangle-free flat fabric cable and DLM (double-layered motion) structured speakers for top-notch sound.




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