Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro earphones get first firmware update to improve stability and reliability

The Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro ushered in its first firmware update after its launch in August. The first firmware version of the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro is R510XXU0AVI7, 6MB in size. The update log does not mention adding new features, only that stability and reliability have been improved.

In August, the Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro headset was released by the National Bank, priced at 1,299 yuan, and available in three colors: Zizi Secret Realm, Gothic Space, and Ice and Snow Floating Painting.

In terms of decoding, the Galaxy Buds2 Pro supports 24-bit high-fidelity audio, and the upgraded Samsung Codec (SSC) encodes the full 24-bit audio and decodes it through the Galaxy Buds2 Pro to achieve 24-bit high-fidelity audio sound effects.

In terms of noise reduction, the Galaxy Buds2 Pro supports intelligent Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) function and uses 3 sets of microphones designed with a high signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) to track and reduce external sounds, including soft sounds such as wind. You can also easily switch to face-to-face conversation mode with voice detection.

In terms of battery life, when Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) is turned on, it can provide up to 5 hours of continuous listening time, and 18 hours of use with the charging case. Samsung said that the Galaxy Buds2 Pro supports Bluetooth V5.3 and will support low-power audio in the future.

In other respects, the Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro supports 360 audio, the 360 ​​audio algorithms is combined with multi-channel (5.1 channel / 7.1 channel / Dolby Atmos) and Dolby's head tracking technology to keep sound and motion in sync, creating A sense of immersion. Officially, when the charging case is open, your Samsung Galaxy device will automatically pop up the Galaxy Buds2 Pro signal and tap to connect.

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