Samsung Level Box Review
Samsung’s presence is felt in every facet of the consumer electronics space, there’s just no denying the reality of that. From its firm grip in the smartphone market, to other specialized areas like music streaming, Sammy is all about delivering quality consumer electronics products and services that help to enhance our daily lives. Very recently, they’ve entered the lucrative mobile optimized audio accessories market, where its new Level series is aiming to give hardened brands a good run for their money. We’ve already put the Samsung Level In headphones through its paces, so now it’s time to divert our attention on its portable Bluetooth speaker solution – the Samsung Level Box.
The package contains:
- User guide
- Travel charger
- 3.5mm auxiliary cable
- microUSB cable
It’s almost shocking that this is something crafted by Samsung, since it’s graced with premium materials that combine to give it one solid construction.
At first glance, it appears as though it’s sporting a uniform metal body, but upon closer inspection, the speaker grill seems to be comprised out of plastic – the sturdy variety, that is. Wrapping around the entire speaker, it safely hides away the speaker’s internal components. Around the rear, however, we’re presented with its power switch, Bluetooth button, 3.5mm auxiliary port, and microUSB port for charging.
Meanwhile, the top surface of the speaker is home to its other physical buttons – the pause/play, volume down, volume up, and the multi-function “talk” button. Lastly, it’s tough to see from the front, but there’s an LED light hidden behind the speaker grill.
In keeping up with the times, the Samsung Level Box features NFC connectivity, which his tough to miss because of the prevalent NFC logo positioned onto one of its sides. This is where its NFC chip is located, where we’re able to quickly and easily pair it to NFC-enabled smartphones – such as the Samsung Galaxy S5 in our case.
The design language is an absolute surprise to us, since it shows that Samsung is more than capable of delivering modern designs that have a premium touch to their constructions. Even though it doesn’t break the mold when it comes to speaker designs, we’re nonetheless agreeable to the direction they’ve gone with this model – it has that balance of sophistication and solidness to make it a pleasant offering.
Samsung Level Box Review
1. Duketytz (Posts: 519; Member since: 28 Nov 2013)
Thank you Samsung, please bring this to the Note series:)
2. AfterShock (Posts: 2956; Member since: 02 Nov 2012)
I've a cheap AltecLansing Jacket with rubber sleeve that will rock itself off of a counter top.
Will this for twice the cost?
3. schinnak (Posts: 83; Member since: 26 Oct 2011)
Don know why PA is surprised with the premium design from Samsung. Agreed that their phones may not look the best. But, look at their TVs, blueray players, speakers and other home appliances (refrigerators, microwave etc). They have one of the best designs and premium feel compared to any other brands today.
4. PapaSmurf (Posts: 8922; Member since: 14 May 2012)
$200 is a con? All the highest rated speakers are way over $179. Come on PA....
5. mixedfish (Posts: 203; Member since: 17 Nov 2013)
Just get the Sony X3, this is a toy compared to it.