Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro set to include ‘spatial audio’ feature similar to AirPods Pro


By: Tech Desk | New Delhi |

December 22, 2020 12:21:41 pm

Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus (Representational Image: Express File Photo)

Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Buds Pro are set to go endure main modifications to compete with Apple’s AirPods Pro. The earbuds anticipated to launch alongside Samsung Galaxy S21 collection in January 2021 will assist its personal model of spatial audio (3D audio), which can present a greater sound expertise whereas watching content material on a smartphone or pill.

9to5Google got here throughout the up to date model of the Galaxy Buds app on Samsung’s servers with screenshots. One of the screenshot of the app unveils a feature referred to as ‘3D audio for videos’ which will be turned on or off. The description of the feature says, “Hear vivid immersive sound coming from all directions so you feel like you are right in the scene when you watch videos”.

In order to use this feature, customers will want a Samsung cellphone that runs on Android 11. The screenshots additionally revealed that there shall be a ‘voice detect’ feature as properly. This feature will make the earbuds smarter as they are going to robotically “turn on ambient and lower the volume to make conversation easier”. The customers can even set a timer when the feature kicks in, from 5 seconds to 15 seconds.

These options will be seen on Sony’s WH1000-XM4 headphones as properly. However, the 3D audio is just for music and never for video. If included, this the Galaxy Buds Pro shall be an enormous enchancment over the Galaxy Buds Live launched earlier this 12 months alongside the Note 20 collection.

So far, there are not any leaks in regards to the pricing of the brand new earbuds. The Galaxy Buds Live have been launched at Rs 14,999. It shall be attention-grabbing to see how aggressive the pricing is for the Galaxy Buds Pro, particularly in contrast to the AirPods Pro that have been launched at Rs 24,999.

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