Today, Samsung is releasing two major updates to its flagship Galaxy devices. The Galaxy S23 series and Galaxy Buds 2 Pro are now receiving new versions with essential functions. The Galaxy S23, S23+ & S23 Ultra users can now transfer live video calls to the Galaxy tablets. Of course, you need a Samsung tablet to use the video call function. This update for Galaxy S23 is currently available in China that will soon cover other regions in the next few days.
With the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro, Samsung has taken care of user who has hearing issues. It brings enhanced ambient sound for users who need a louder voice to listen. It gains two more levels and makes it five amplifications on the Buds 2 Pro.
The ambient sound works great on all the Galaxy Buds, and with this decision, more people can use it. The new feature has been approved by respected authority bodies in South Korea, so there won’t be any harm to those people.
The Galaxy S23 has also improved overall quality in its February security patch. When it will roll out in other countries, we could see the latest security patch. The firmware version is S91x0ZCU1AWD3, and it weighs 362MB in size.
The Buds 2 Pro has been dispatched by Samsung and it will soon reach every customer. All users can check the software update section in the Settings menu to find any unfinished updates.