There was some talk circulating the Samsung HM7000 Bluetooth headset since it was first announced not too long ago, but at last, it has been brought Stateside so that it can finally find its way to hang on your ear and let you enjoy this thing called “hands-free conversations”. Basically, Samsung intends to take a different route with their HM7000 in terms of design by making it far slimmer that what you would normally expect, without sacrificing on the bells and whistles of its competitiors.
Basically, the Samsung HM7000 Bluetooth headset lets you answer and make calls with simple commands, where from it you can also manage text-to-speech settings, connection settings, caller ID and alarms amongst others. Does Apple’s Siri have anything to fear about the Samsung HM7000? We don’t think so, as Siri is far more capable than what the functional and utilitarian Samsung HM7000 Bluetooth headset can deliver.
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