Paired with the Galaxy smartphone, the latest wearable software updates provide users with new ways to capture the world as they hear and see it.
Samsung Electronics today announced new software updates for the Galaxy Buds2 Pro series and Galaxy Watch, raising the bar for content capture for Galaxy users everywhere. Samsung Galaxy smartphones have always delivered the best photography and videography experiences, allowing users to create, capture and share their best moments. Now, when paired with the latest wearables, the Galaxy’s already powerful camera is enhanced with 360 Audio Recording, the unique feature that brings immersive audio to video content, along with an upgrade to a camera controller that makes remote zooming and panning easier. These software updates reflect Samsung’s continued commitment to providing the latest experiences for today’s devices.
360° Audio Recording: Capture the world as you hear it
New 360 Audio Recording feature1 Enables users to capture audio to video exactly as they hear it. conjugation Galaxy Buds2 Pro With a Galaxy smartphone, everyone can shoot like a pro and capture high-quality, realistic audio for video without the need for bulky professional equipment anytime, anywhere. The feature captures 360-degree audio using a microphone in each earbud, placing viewers in the middle of a bustling festival crowd or next to a bubbling stream in the middle of the woods. Users can insert connected headphones and play video on their device or social media channel to hear lifelike, immersive audio that simulates a personal experience.
360 Audio Recording is the first feature in the Galaxy line to take advantage of LE Audio, an advanced new Bluetooth audio standard. This new technology Brings Better sound quality as well as improved latency and battery life. In addition to offering better music, LE Audio does, too Expands the range of audio experiences to deliver richer, more complex sound that can be shared with others. right Now, LE Audio brings binaural recording to the Galaxy Buds2 Pro – taking advantage of the left and right microphones at the same time. When pairing Buds2 Pro with a Coil Galaxy Z Flip4 or Z Fold4Users are drawn into the moment, and benefit from high-quality stereo sound as well as high-quality video.
Camera controller: Framing the perfect shot on the right From your wrist
Photography and videography with Galaxy smartphones is all about maintaining creative control in any situation. One such example is the Camera Controller app for the Galaxy Watch, which enables users to control their phone’s camera directly from their wrist. new update – It will soon be available on Galaxy Watch 5 and the Watch4 series – Adds zoom capabilities to the camera controller,2 Expand your Galaxy Camera experience with a Galaxy smartphone and Galaxy Watch connection. Now users can remotely zoom in/out their phone’s camera with a simple tap on the watch face or twist the rotating bezel – Perfect for taking group selfies or group shots from a distance and eliminating the need to run back and forth to the camera to frame the perfect shot.
The new 360 Audio Recording feature will be launched gradually on the Galaxy Buds2 Pro, Galaxy Z Flip4 and Z Fold4 via software updates starting today.1 The updated Camera Controller feature will be available on the Galaxy Watch5, Watch5 Pro, Watch4, and Watch4 Classic starting in February.2 These new wearable features are expected to provide even more powerful synergy with the new Galaxy camera capabilities – Introducing new, never-before-seen experiences.
Tune in on February 1 for more details on Samsung’s high-end Galaxy smartphone that will be announced at Galaxy Unpacked.
To learn more about the Galaxy Buds2 Pro, Galaxy Watch5 and Galaxy Watch5 Pro, please visit:
Galaxy Buds2 Pro: www.samsung.com/galaxy-buds2-pro
Galaxy Watch 5: www.samsung.com/galaxy-watch5
Galaxy Watch 5 Pro: www.samsung.com/galaxy-watch5-pro
1 The feature will be available on the Galaxy Buds2 Pro paired with a Galaxy smartphone running One UI 5.0 or higher with LE Audio support, including the Galaxy ZFIlip4, Z Fold4 and upcoming Galaxy smartphones. Requires the latest software versions of the Galaxy smartphone and Galaxy Buds to be installed. To activate the feature, go to the Samsung Camera app > Tap Camera Settings after selecting Video Mode > Tap Advanced Video Options > Turn on 360 Audio Recording.
2 This feature will be available on Galaxy Watch5, Watch5 Pro, Watch4 and Watch4 Classic when paired with a Galaxy smartphone running One UI 5.1 or higher with Camera Controller app support. Requires the latest software to be installed via the Galaxy Wearable app.
3 Availability may vary by market, carrier, model and paired smartphone. The update will be available initially on Bluetooth versions and will be rolled out to LTE versions later.