Samsung announced the Galaxy Buds Pro back in 2021, and until now they were its only wearable with 360 Audio by Dolby. The Korean maker just pushed a software update to Galaxy Buds 2 and Galaxy Buds Live, bringing them closer to the Pro experience.
360 Audio is based on Dolby Head Tracking technology, and is similar to Spatial Audio by Apple – the sound appears as if it’s always coming from the device screen, even if you move around or turn your head.
It is worth noting that although Galaxy Buds 2 and Galaxy Buds Live devices from all over the world are getting the software update, you need a Samsung phone running One UI 3.1 or higher to actually be able to use the feature.
The update is just 3 MB in size and has release code R177XXU0AVC8 (for Buds 2) or R180XXU0AVC2 (for Buds Live). It also brings improvements in call quality, Bluetooth connectivity and overall stability.