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13 Jan, 2023
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Activate this feature, and your videos will record binaural sound as you perceive it in memory.

Samsung's Galaxy Buds 2 Pro now feature the ability to capture more realistic binaural 3D audio when recording video. The earbuds use a microphone in each earbud to pick up 360-degree sound, allowing viewers to experience the audio as if they were at the center of a crowd or beside a brook in the forest. When shared on social media, listeners can hear the audio in a more immersive, lifelike way than traditional stereo audio recorded by smartphones and earbuds. 3D audio creates the illusion that sound is coming from all around you.

Samsung utilizes LE Audio in order to achieve their new capability of 3D audio recording.

360 audio recording is the first feature in the Galaxy line leveraging LE Audio, an advanced new Bluetooth audio standard. This new technology brings better audio quality as well as improved latency and battery life. Beyond providing better-sounding music, LE Audio also broadens the spectrum of audio experiences to deliver more complex and rich sound that can be shared with others. Now, LE Audio brings binaural recording to Galaxy Buds2 Pro — taking advantage of both the left and right mics at the same time.

Currently, binaural audio recording is only available on the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4. The feature will also be included in the upcoming Galaxy S23 series.