Here’s what you can expect from the OnePlus buds pro 2 and spatial audio
Delhi : On February 7, OnePlus Buds Pro 2 will go on sale in India and other international regions. The company has now announced that the TWS will feature spatial audio, which is very interesting.
Spatial Audio for OnePlus Buds Pro 2
One of the first devices to support Android 13's spatial audio is the Buds Pro 2, according to OnePlus. This update will use head tracking to deliver a three-dimensional audio experience, similar to what it feels like to see a movie in a theatre.
Top it off with OnePlus' spatial rendering algorithm and IMU sensor for an improved experience and to "enable other programmes to leverage its technology" in addition to providing "increased stability, compatibility with app expansions, and a stable platform for other applications to use."
Additionally, OnePlus has implemented a custom stereo up-mixing technique to give normal mainstream audio and audio from the video apps a multi-dimensional touch. Playing video games will also benefit from spatial audio.
The Google Fast Pair feature for quick pairing with any Android phone nearby is also included with the OnePlus Buds Pro 2. The Buds Pro 2 can pair with two Android smartphones simultaneously and easily transition between them thanks to support for the audio-switching capability of Android.
ANC support, up to 39 hours of playback time, Dynaudio tuning, 54ms ultra-low game latency, Hi-Res Audio, and more are all included with the Buds Pro 2. According to a recent leak, it would cost Rs 11,999. On February 7, the OnePlus 11 and the OnePlus Keyboard will be released in India, together with the OnePlus Buds Pro 2. Watch this space for more information!