Google has developed a common spatial audio framework for Android 13 that can be used by all smartphone and headset manufacturers. OnePlus was one of the first companies to support the OnePlus Buds Pro 2. Tsubomi launched in China earlier this month and will make its global debut on February 7th with his new OnePlus 11 flagship.
An overview of Google’s Spatial audio system
Spatial audio uses head tracking built into the earbuds to simulate the immersive, multi-channel audio you might experience in a movie theater. This works best for content with multiple sound channels (usually movies, but also song recordings).
And if you only have a plain stereo file, OnePlus says it has an algorithm that can “up-mix” the sound into multiple channels. In addition to multimedia, the game is a perfect application for this as it allows you to hear the direction of sounds in the game.
The OnePlus Buds Pro 2 also support Android’s audio switching technology. This allows you to connect to two devices (such as a phone and a tablet) at the same time and automatically switch to the device that is playing audio, so each time you switch from one device to another, you can access the Bluetooth settings menu. No need to reach out. other.
Fast pairing with OnePlus Buds Pro
Android’s Fast Pair makes initial setup quick and easy. Basically, when you open the charging case for the first time, your phone will show a pop-up allowing one-tap pairing. The original OnePlus Buds Pro already support audio switching and Fast Pair.