Samsung HM7000 Bluetooth Headset

If you’re looking for a new Bluetooth headset, Samsung has just unveiled the Samsung HM7000 Bluetooth headset.

It ships with its own portable charging cradle that unfolds into a desktop dock. The dock can fully recharge the headset itself up to three times thanks to its own built-in battery.

The case has a power switch to conserve power, and both it and the headset have an LED battery status indicator. The headset uses Bluetooth 3.0 and sports a gel earpiece for comfort.

Combining its dual-microphones and echo cancellation technology, which is referred to as Samsung’s isolat technology, it presents users with enhanced clarity to adapt to the ever-changing environmental conditions. Moreover, voice commands and voice prompts are some of the standard features included with it.

Supported profiles include A2DP for stereo audio as well as most other hands-free calling profile. Battery life is said to be four hours on a full charge, or 12 with charges from the dock. The headset pairs on its own and can support two Bluetooth devices at the same time.

Samsung HM7000 Price & Availability

The headset ships late in October at T-Mobile stores and Radio Shack in November and will cost $100.

Samsung HM7000 Specifications

  • Bluetooth version 3.0
  • Profiles: Stereo (A2DP) Bluetooth Codec (MP3, SBC), Mono (HFP)(HSP)
  • Talk time: Up to 4 hours (headset); up to 16 hours with charging unit
  • Standby time: Up to 160 hours (headset); up to 640 hours with charging unit
  • Voice Prompt & Command
  • Text-to-speech functionality with Samsung FreeSync Android App
  • Samsung isol?t™ Dual mic noise cancellation/echo cancellation technology
  • Music streaming (A2DP support)
  • Active Pairing
  • Multipoint technology