Samsung U Flex HEADPHONES REVIEW
Samsung U Flex HEADPHONES REVIEW The Samsung U Flex are decent wireless in-ears for most…
The Samsung Level U Pro are above-average headphones for most use cases. They’re decently comfortable in-ears, with a wireless around-the-neck design that makes them stable enough for sports. Unfortunately, their noise isolation is a little weak for loud environments and their build quality feels a bit fragile.
The Samsung Level U Pro are reasonably well-made headphones. They have a lightweight and wireless around-the-neck design that’s sufficiently stable for jogging or exercising. The in-ear buds don’t put as much pressure in the ear canal, which makes them slightly more comfortable than regular in-ear models. They’re not too cumbersome to carry on your person if you leave them hanging around your neck. However, the neckband is not as flexible as some of the other around-the-neck models so they won’t fit into any pockets. Unfortunately, their build quality feels a little cheap and susceptible to wear and tear especially the thin audio cables.
The Samsung Level U Pro have a decently stylish around-the-neck design. The sleek, blue neckband fits well and has a smooth, glossy finish that doesn’t irritate the skin or catch on your clothing. The in-ear buds have magnetic backs that stick together to make them more manageable when not in use. The in-ear tips are fairly regular. These headphones look decently well-made but the audio cables, on the other hand, are not retractable and feel a little cheap compared to the rest of the build.
The Samsung Level U Pro are moderately comfortable in-ear headphones as long as you don’t mind the around-the-neck design. The neckband is lightweight and flexible so that it won’t be too noticeable during long listening sessions. However, if you place the neckband under your clothing, the audio cables that connect to the ear buds will rub against it and transmit the vibration noise to the audio you’re listening to. Also, they have pretty conventional in-ear tips, which may be uncomfortable for some.
The Samsung Level U Pro have an efficient button layout and control scheme. They provide call/music, track skipping, and volume controls. The buttons deliver good tactile feedback, although they’re a little small for larger hands. However, the button placement might take a bit of time to get used to.
Like the Sony WI-C400, these headphones a have breathable in-ear design. They do not cause any significant temperature increase since they do not cover your ears. They trap a little bit of heat within the ear canal but it’s negligible and should not make you sweat more than average. The neckband isn’t factored in breathability since they will most likely go over an item of clothing.