After this update, the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro will support 360-degree audio recording, allowing you to add immersive audio to the video content you capture with your Galaxy phone. The camera controller on the Galaxy Watch will get a new zoom feature with this update.
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360 Audio Recording will capture the audio on video just as you hear it in real life. This means that you can now record high quality videos and realistic sound without the need for expensive professional equipment.
This feature works by capturing 360-degree audio through the microphone in each earbud. Play the video on an audio device that supports 360-degree sound, Like the Galaxy Buds 2 Prowill provide users with a realistic experience that will feel as if they are part of the action in real life.
360 Audio Recording is the first feature in the Galaxy line to use the Bluetooth LE Audio standard. It enables binaural audio recording on the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro as well by using both the left and right microphones at the same time. Galaxy Buds 2 Pro users can enable this feature when their earphones are paired with a Galaxy phone running One UI 5.0 or higher with LE Audio support. This includes the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Galaxy Z Fold 4 as well as upcoming Samsung phones.
the Camera Controller app for Galaxy Watch It allows users to control their device’s camera from their wrist. A new update is being released for Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 5 that brings zoom functionality to the Camera Controller app.
Users can control the zoom of the phone’s camera remotely from their wrist. All they have to do is press the watch face or rotate the bezel to zoom in or out. This will make it very easy to take group shots or selfies from a distance.
The Galaxy Buds 2 Pro software update that enables the 360 Audio Recording feature will start rolling out gradually from today. The camera zoom feature will be launched for Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 4 series starting in February.
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