Samsung Galaxy Home Mini 2 Makes an Appearance on Bluetooth SIG Certification Website, Launch Imminent


Samsung hasn’t had a great track record when it comes to smart speakers lineup globally. The Samsung Galaxy Home Mini was announced back in 2020, along with the Galaxy S20 lineup, however, the smart device was only available for purchase in South Korea. Before that, Samsung had announced Galaxy Home, which was never actually launched. Now, it looks like Samsung is getting serious about the smart speaker and gearing up to launch the Samsung Galaxy Home Mini 2.

Samsung Galaxy Home Mini 2 Spotted on Bluetooth SIG

The Galaxy Home Mini 2 smart device has been spotted on the Bluetooth SIG certification website with model number SM-V320. The website also reveals that the device will harness Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity. Now that the device has bagged the certification, we can only hope Samsung to launch the device in the near future, if not during the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event in February, where the company will be announcing the Galaxy S22 series and the Galaxy Tab S8 series.

Samsung Galaxy Home Mini 2

For the time being, we do not have more information on the upcoming Galaxy Home Mini 2 smart speaker. However, tipster Max Jambor recently revealed that the Galaxy Home Mini 2 has entered the production phase and we should hear more about the launch in the coming days from Samsung itself.

Like the other two smart speakers from Samsung, the new Galaxy Home Mini 2 is also likely to incorporate Bixby smart assistants. Apart from that, there is no information on the hardware or software at this point in time. However, at the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event in February, Samsung could pull off a surprise with the launch of a new smart speaker.

Needless to say, when this product from Samsung comes out in the market, it will take on the likes of Apple HomePod Mini, Google’s Nest smart home devices, and Amazon Echo lineup.