The rumored Samsung Galaxy Home Mini received certification from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), according to a filing previous report that Samsung is working on a smaller version of its unreleased Galaxy Home speaker.^( . The certification confirms a
According to the filing, the “AI speaker” works on Wi-Fi b/g/n networks and connects to devices over Bluetooth 4.2. There’s also an image for the device, which shows a bulbous speaker with physical buttons for volume up, volume down, mute, and a button on the right that may or may not call up Bixby.
Also spotted in the image is an AKG logo in the middle — AKG is Samsung’s premium audio brand — as well as a Micro-USB port and what looks to be a rubberized bottom area. The regular Galaxy Home features three legs that keep it propped up.
It makes sense for Samsung to work on a smaller version of the Galaxy Home. The^( and ^( are around $50, making the devices at least $50 cheaper than their larger counterparts. If Samsung hopes to compete with those cheaper speakers, it needs to release one of its own for around the same $50 price.
Then again, Samsung’s currently in a weird spot. The by the end of June.^( currently lists the normal-sized Galaxy Home as “coming soon,” even though Samsung first announced the speaker in August 2018. According to the company, the Galaxy Home will be available
from Android Authority http://appmarsh.com/2HVAhVF