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Samsung Roll Out New Mobile Accessories

Samsung have shown off a slew of new accessories for use with its smartphones.

Previously available only in South Korea, the six peripherals will be shipping worldwide as of November.

The range includes a wireless charging tray, a battery pack, a Bluetooth LED light, in-ear headphones and a pair of new wireless speakers (one traditional and one 360-degree).

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Unlike Samsung’s existing accessory lineup, these new products are as much about form as they are about function. As put by them, “Designed with style, comfort and performance in mind, the exclusive items were created to both enhance users’ mobile experience and help them get more out of their devices.”

The cream of the crop here is likely to prove the dual-charging tray. Seen below, it allows you to charge up to three devices (two wirelessly, one wired) at once and boasts a far more subtle design than Samsung’s existing wireless charger. It’s even been designed for use with the accompanying Wireless Speaker Bottle.

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Other highlights include the customizable kettle battery pack. Samsung says this “considered and colorful take on mobile charging” features a convenient LED status indication to keep tabs on remaining power, a wrist strap to add to comfort and portability, and kickstand cables that allow users to prop up their phones and enjoy media while they charge.

The Kettle battery pack comes in 5,100mAh and 10,200mAh variations, and a choice of coral pink or mint blue.

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Samsung says each of these accessories will be available for purchase at www.samsung.com or major regional shopping sites starting in early November depending on local availability.

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