Samsung offers new auxiliary camera features in Galaxy Watch 5, Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Buds 2 Pro models.
Nowadays, when smartphones have started to take place in every aspect of our lives, the use of smartwatches and wireless headphones has increased considerably. We can now control many features on our phones with smartwatches and headphones. With the new update, Samsung provides new features to smartwatch and headphone models.
Samsung smartwatches and headphones say hello to new features
Samsung is introducing new assistive features to the Galaxy Watch 5, Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Buds 2 Pro. With the new update, these devices will be able to play a much more important role in the camera control of smartphone users.
With the new update, Galaxy Buds 2 Pro gains 360-degree audio recording feature by using the microphone on each earbud while users record videos on their phones. Samsung claims that the new feature offered in the headset provides a face-to-face experience with 360-degree audio recording. The South Korean company states that it can offer a realistic sound experience by listening to the recordings with the help of headphones.
This feature is made possible by the Bluetooth LE Audio system on the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro, which allows both the left and right microphones to record audio simultaneously. 360-degree audio recordings will be possible with the Galaxy Z Flip 4, Galaxy Z Fold 4 and future Samsung Galaxy phones running One UI 5.0 or higher with LE audio support.
On the smartwatch front, the Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 4 series will get a new camera zoom controls with an update coming in February. In fact, these watches already have a camera zoom feature. However, with the update, it will be possible to zoom the camera by pinching the watch face or turning the rotating bezel.
Samsung offers a great convenience especially for content producers with this update.