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Best price for Samsung Gear IconX Black in Malaysia is RM 597.70

You can buy the Samsung Gear IconX Black at the lowest price of RM 597.70 from Lazada which is 23% cheaper than the Samsung Gear IconX Black that is sold by Amazon at the price of RM 779.70, you can also buy it from Shopee and Amazon. Alternatively, the Samsung Gear IconX Black is also sold in Hong Kong at Amazon with the price of RM 720.00 and Philippines at Lazada with the price of RM 560.00 and Singapore at Amazon with the price of RM 499.00. Pricing details were last updated at 22 April 2018, 18:15.

Samsung Gear IconX Black Price by Country

Country International Price Price in MYR
Hong Kong HKD 1,570.00 MYR 720.00
Malaysia MYR 597.70 MYR 598.00
Philippines PHP 7,510.00 MYR 560.00
Singapore SGD 196.30 MYR 499.00

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Samsung Gear IconX Black Specs

Samsung Gear IconX Black Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelGear IconX
DateOct 2016
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technologyWireless
Bluetooth version4.1 BLE
Ear couplingIntraaural
Headphone frequency20 - 20000 Hz
Headphone sensitivity89.5 dB
Impedance16 Ω
Headset typeBinaural
Wearing styleIn-ear
Colour of productBlack

Samsung Gear IconX Black Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2018-01-30
The Samsung GearSport (left) and Gear IconX (right)Just recently, we did a 10 Days Fatty Diet Challenge with the Samsung GearSport and Gear IconX. We did talk about the devices briefly but if you want to know more about the RM1299 GearSport and RM799 Gea...
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Reviewed on 2017-12-25
Attractive design, Works great with Samsung devices, Nostalgiac throwback when songs are loaded on the devicePassable sound quality, Not so great with other Android devices, Only 4GB of storage
Say what you will about the truly wireless future — with its wireless charging pads and its smartphones without headphone jacks — but the simple fact of the matter is that we still very much live in a wired world.Still, as Samsung's diligent sophomore eff...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-27
Finely balanced, Rhythmically and dynamically adept, 3.4GB of storage, Long battery life, Great features for runnersCoarseness in upper midrange and treble
It's almost three years since last we reviewed a pair of Samsung headphones, and it's fair to say the company's Level-In and Level-On models weren't received particularly well in our test rooms.But there's little value in being coy when you've probably al...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-31
Bixby smarts, Upgraded battery techNo offline Spotify support
Upgraded versions of the Samsung Gear Icon X fitness earbuds have been announced at IFA 2017 and they're officially called the Icon X 2018.The new fitness earbuds feature a similar design to the original with enhanced battery life, new connectivity featur...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-30
The truly wireless in-ear market is well and truly upon us, with heaps of options now available: Apple AirPods, Jabra Elite Sport, Bragi Dash Pro, Sol Republic Amps Air, to name but a few. Samsung also wants a piece of the wire-free pie, with its orig...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-06
This article first appeared in the April 2017 issue of HWM.Totally wireless earphones (or earbuds as might be more accurate) have gone from Kickstarter novelties to a serious category in its own right, with offerings from both established names like Apple...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-09
Fantastic sound, Ability to store music, Independent volume controls, Accurate fitness tracking, Drowns out the outside world nicely, Ambient mode works greatPoor battery life, Heart rate monitor only works with Galaxy devices, Requires phone nearby for GPS tracking, Music stops when removing one earbud when streaming, Limited fitness tracking options when used by themselves, A bit on the pricey side at full p...
While wireless earbuds are quickly becoming popular, there is a push for true wire-free earbuds. I'm not going to get into semantics but for the record, the audio industry refers to headsets and earbuds that don't require a wire to connect to a smartphone...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-03
Light, Compact design, Heart rate sensor, Sweat and Splash Resistant (P2i Nano Coating), 4GB internal storage for standalone music playbackPoor battery life, Average audio quality, Requires IconX PC Manager to update firmware, Priced slightly on the higher side, Images by Siraj,
Samsung launched Gear IconX last year for Rs. 13,490 in India last year. It is its first fitness tracking Bluetooth headset that can track heart rate, distance, speed, duration and calories burned. It has a lot of features and comes in a compact design. I...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-19
Comfortable design, Heart rate sensors built-in, Works as a standalone player, Intuitive controlsAbysmal battery life, Audio quality could be better, Expensive
With Apple finally embracing wireless audio with the AirPods, we're about to witness a surge of competition in this space. Headsets are becoming truly wireless, meaning they work without the need for even a neckband connecting them to each other. Samsung...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-17
With health and fitness are one of the top concerns of mobile consumer nowadays, manufacturers are making money over fitness tracker that are compatible with most smartphone across platform. Fitness tracker might be just as boring as a silicone strap that...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-14
Looks futuristic, Sleek and Compact, Miniature music player, Fitness trackerExpensive, Short Battery Life, Audio quality is below average, No iOS and Windows Phone support
Ok, we already accepted that Gear IconX looks futuristic. It is touted as the new breed of Bluetooth wearable that combines two separate headsets which work entirely without wires.Gear IconX is not only just a Bluetooth earphones, it is a miniature player...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-07
Samsung's Gear IconX are a pair of completely cordless earbuds that can handle music, calls, and workouts. If you're looking for a totally wire-free experience, the IconX offers a compelling option to competing models, even if suffers from some of the sam...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-14
When one is in the market for a pair of earphones, especially for fitness, cables are the last thing you'd want to fumble with. Especially while running, the sheer weight of earphones cables are what would make the earphones fall off. Samsung introduced t...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-31
Convenient, Onboard storage, No Aussie price hike, Good bassFiddly to operate, Dropouts if not using Samsung phone, Very short battery life
Is there a reason that companies don't put batteries in earbuds already? Is it something Samsung already should be worried about?You might need a leap of faith to insert Samsung's Gear IconX wireless earbuds inside your ear canals. Indeed, as Note7 owners...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-31
Rich sound, strong bass, high volume, 4GB of onboard storage for music tracks, Wire-free design is incredibly liberatingControl interface is imprecise and annoying, Battery life is alarmingly short and falls short of claims, Heart rate data only appears on Samsung phones
You might need a leap of faith to insert Samsung's Gear IconX wireless earbuds inside your ear canals. Indeed, as Note7 owners showed us over the last few months, electronics packed with lithium-ion batteries can do double-duty as incendiary devices.Samsu...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-27
"Samsung has cut the cord with the Gear IconX but is it worth the asking price?"The future of headphones/earphones are truly wireless earbuds that actually eschew the wires for ultimate portability. Essentially, you get two separate earbuds that maintain...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-21
Wireless earbuds are still a new concept for many consumers, but soon would become an everyday device for many people. Apple announced the AirPods when it showcased the new iPhone 7 smartphones. They do look awkward, but thanks to Apple, more players will...
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