One of the sections that was not improved especially Android over the years is the one that has to do with the sound. But this has changed with the latest version that Google has released. Well, it seems that there is a company that can get ahead of Mountain View when it comes to taking advantage of these improvements. We refer to OnePlus.
The advance to which we are referring is the inclusion of Spatial Audio in the operating system. This technology, already available in other operating systems, allows for a much more immersive experience because sound is taken to a much more dimensional level -which means that localization and precision are better-. In this way, if you have a compatible smartphone and headphones, the experience is close to that enjoyed in movie theaters when watching a movie.
OnePlus confirms that taking advantage of this option
As noted in the source of the information, the Asian company has confirmed that its new wireless headphones, the OnePlus Buds Pro 2 will offer compatibility with the aforementioned technology, so it would be the first in offering this possibility in an accessory of this type (to achieve this, IMU sensors and advances in the operating algorithms will be integrated). It is true that Google indicated a long time ago that the Pixel Buds Pro would achieve this through an update… but, to date, this has not happened and there is no news that things will change in the short term.
In addition to the above, there are some details that this accessory will surely include. An example is that the 11mm bass drivers to reduce distortion. In addition, it will include other six millimeters for treble and midrange, which ensures excellent accuracy at all ranges. They do not lack active noise cancellation, with the option of working with a pressure of up to 48dB. And, all this, with the inclusion of everything you need to get up to 39 hours of use without having to look for a socket.
Arrival of these headphones
Well, everything points as of February 7, which is when OnePlus has an event called Cloud 11 scheduled and in which the Buds Pro 2 is expected to be one of the news announced. So there isn’t much left for this to be an official product, and as a result, it seems difficult for Google to be able to release its update to prevent these from being the first Android-compatible wireless headsets that allow Spatial Audio to be used.