The Spatial Sound feature brings the immersive experience that resembles surround sound in a set of headphones or headphones.
It also keeps the audio source closely linked to your iPhone or iPad, providing a false surround sound system that changes the direction of the sound based on the orientation of your head and the position of the phone.
It seems that Samsung is preparing to try its own feature of the spatial sound feature, as the Galaxy Buds application for mobile devices leaked to the company Some of the features of Samsung earbuds are premature.
According to the information, the Galaxy Wearable application, which Samsung uses to control various smart watches and earphones, is available ahead of schedule in the Galaxy Store, and includes a new update that appears Galaxy Buds Pro.
And just like with the Galaxy Buds, Galaxy Buds Plus, and Galaxy Buds Live, Samsung has an equalizer with many of the initial settings available in the app, in addition to customizable touch controls, the ability to read aloud notifications, the option to Find my Earbuds, and many more. Other features.
There is also a special section for noise cancellation, but it differs slightly from what is available with the Galaxy Buds Live, as instead of simple switching, there are options for play and pause and ambient sound, which allows external sound to enter through the microphones.
One of the new capabilities is referred to as 3D audio for video clips, and the application says: It allows you to hear the live and immersive sound coming from all directions so that you feel as if you are in the scene when watching the videos.
There is a note that says: Keep the headphones close to your phone for the best experience, but you need a Samsung phone running Android 11 or later for the feature to work.
Other headphones offer 3D sound intended for music rather than movies from streaming apps.
Samsung also adds left and right sound balance for those with specific hearing problems.
Galaxy Buds Pro includes a voice detection feature, which allows the volume to be reduced automatically when the earbuds sense you are talking so you can have short conversations without removing the earphone or pausing the music.
Sony has something similar to this feature on the 1000XM4 headphones, where the music stops when you start speaking.
Galaxy Buds Pro are expected to be announced in January alongside the Galaxy S21 series at an upcoming Unpacked event.