OnePlus has just unveiled its latest pair of wireless earbuds, the OnePlus Buds Pro 2. The latest version of the wireless earbuds comes with a host of new features and improvements, including support for Android’s new spatial audio feature.
Spatial audio is a new feature from Google that allows users to experience 3D sound when listening to music or watching videos. It works by using the device’s built-in microphones to measure the distance between the user and the sound source. This information is then used to create a 3D soundscape that is tailored to the user’s exact location.
The OnePlus Buds Pro 2 are the first wireless earbuds to support this new feature. The earbuds use a combination of 11mm dynamic drivers and three microphones to deliver an immersive, high-quality sound. They also feature active noise cancellation and ambient sound mode, allowing users to customize their audio experience.
The OnePlus Buds Pro 2 also offer a range of other features, including fast charging, long battery life, and IPX4 water resistance. They are compatible with both Android and iOS devices, and come with a companion app that allows users to customize their audio experience.
Overall, the OnePlus Buds Pro 2 are a great choice for anyone looking for a pair of wireless earbuds that offer excellent sound quality and support for Android’s new spatial audio feature. With their long battery life, fast charging, and IPX4 water resistance, they are sure to keep you listening to your favorite tunes all day long.
OnePlus has announced the upcoming launch of their new wireless earbuds, the OnePlus Buds Pro 2, at the OnePlus Cloud 11 event on February 7, 2023. The new buds will be the first to support Android 13’s spatial audio feature and will work with audio that is spatial-ready, like Dolby Atmos Music. It will also be able to up-mix standard two-channel stereo into a virtualized spatial presentation. Additionally, the Buds Pro 2 will feature head-tracking data that will be made available to other Android applications, as well as Google’s Fast Pair enhancement known as audio switching. This could make the OnePlus Buds Pro 2 the first product to offer one of Google’s newest technologies. It remains to be seen how the Buds Pro 2 will compare to other wireless earbuds with their own proprietary forms of spatial audio processing, such as Apple’s AirPods Pro and LG’s Tone Free T90Q.