- The device will have 78 keys.
- It will have three hotkeys.
- The new smart keyboard will support Bluetooth 5.0.
The South Korean electronics giant Samsung is gearing up to launch its new smart keyboard and the same will be dubbed as Samsung Smart Keyboard Trio 500 but before the official announcement of the same, everything is listed online. So, without making any further delay let’s dive into the article to check out all the available information about the upcoming smart keyboard of the company.
Everything about Samsung Smart Keyboard Trio 500
The upcoming Samsung Smart Keyboard Trio 500 will be official in two colours – Black and White. The black colour option of the smart keyboard will come with orange colour keys and the same will include include three hotkeys which will enable users to launch selected applications quickly and a shortcut key for DeX.
It will also come with three grey keys and the same is meant for easy switching between the three connected devices and the white colour variant of the smart keyboard will have light blue buttons.
The upcoming smart keyboard of Samsung will also come with some exclusive features for the Samsung devices. For example, the hotkey is assigned for the Samsung Galaxy phones and tablets running One UI 3.1 with March 2021’s security patch or later and the DeX is also meant for the select phones and tablets.
Having said that, the upcoming Samsung Smart Keyboard Trio 500 feature 78 keys, and it is coming with the power of two AAA batteries. Talking about the connectivity options, it will connect via Bluetooth 5.0 and the same also features slip-resistant pads.
The device is believed to be official on April 28 when Samsung will host its upcoming event. So let’s wait for the official announcement of the device and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for the latest happenings at your fingertips.
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