The release of software updates for the Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Buds 2 Pro will be soon rolled out by Samsung.
The latest updates will provide the users with 360 Audio Recordings. In this way, users will be able to bring an immersive sound experience to the videos recorded via the Galaxy phone. In addition to this, the camera controller will receive a zoom feature on Galaxy Watch with the recent update.
When it comes to the 360 Audio Recording feature, the audio is captured as it is presented in the real world. Thus, indicating that users will be able to record high-quality videos having realistic audio. For sure, such a feature will eliminate the requirement of a costly professional setup.
The functionality of this feature depends on audio capture by 360-degree sound. The audio is captured via the microphone present in each earbud. As soon as the video is played on an audio device that supports 360-degree audio, a real-world experience is presented to the listener.
The 360 Audio Recording feature is based on Bluetooth LE Audio standards. This feature has binaural support for audio recording. It means that audio is recorded on Galaxy Buds 2 Pro by using both mics i.e., left, and right simultaneously. The users of Galaxy Buds 2 Pro can utilize this feature by pairing their earbuds with a Galaxy phone. Besides this, there is another requirement as well. The Galaxy phone must have One UI 5.0 as well as LE Audio support. Such Galaxy phones include Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Galaxy Z Fold 4 and the forthcoming Samsung phones.
The Camera Controller app on the Galaxy Watch allows the users to control the cameras of the device. The latest update includes the zoom feature on the Camera Controller app. Just pinch or rotate the bezel for zooming in or out. This feature will be quite helpful in capturing group photos and even selfies.
The software update for Galaxy Buds 2 Pro i.e., 360 Audio Recording feature will be rolled out today. Whereas the camera zoom feature will be introduced to the Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 4 series by February.
Brian is the news author at Research Snipers which mainly covers Technology News, Microsoft News, Google News, Facebook, Apple, Huawei, Xiaomi, and other tech news.