Samsung Gear IconX SM-R150 Review

In this article we review Samsung Gear IconX SM-R150 Headphones features and specifications. This brief review will help you decide whether you should consider Samsung Gear IconX SM-R150 as your next Headphones or not. To that end we review its Sound Quality and Portability.

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Sound Quality

In this section we examine the Sound Quality of Samsung Gear IconX SM-R150.

Better than 12% of the Headphones, 29% are better than it.
Max Frequency
acceptable
20000 Hz
42%
Better than 0% of the Headphones, 4% are better than it.
Driver Type
normal
Dynamic
53%
Better than 12% of the Headphones, 34% are better than it.
Min Frequency
somewhat below average
20 Hz
39%
Better than 6% of the Headphones, 94% are better than it.
Sensitivity
subpar
89.5 dB/mW
6%
The bottom line is that Samsung Gear IconX SM-R150’s Sound Quality is slightly below average.
Portability

In this section we discuss Samsung Gear IconX SM-R150’s Portability.

Better than 0% of the Headphones, 100% are better than it.
Battery Life
1.6 h
0%
Better than 61% of the Headphones, 0% are better than it.
Wireless Connectivity
really wonderful
Wireless (Yes)
94%
Better than 94% of the Headphones, 6% are better than it.
Lightness
top notch
6.3 g
93%
Over all, Samsung Gear IconX SM-R150’s Portability is average.
Summary

To conclude, with a little below average Sound Quality and ok Portability, Samsung Gear IconX SM-R150 has normal over all performance.

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