After being exclusive for Galaxy Buds Pro for more than a year, the 360 audio feature has now come to other Galaxy Buds. The new Galaxy Buds 2 & Buds Live are now receiving new updates where Samsung has implemented this function. Both the earbuds have an affordable price tag, so earlier Samsung had opted out of this feature on new buds. With the new decision, the Buds 2 & Buds Live users can use 360 audio to listen to their favorite music & videos. The firmware was firstly launched in South Korea, and now, it is widely distributed in other countries.
With the 360 audio functions, by playing media songs or videos users can feel three-dimensional or 360-degree surrounding sound for an immersive environment. On the Galaxy Buds 2, Samsung has improved call quality, so you will not face call drops or other issues. Further, it has enhanced Bluetooth connectivity and stability on the buds. Some users were facing connectivity issues in the past, and this update might help it.
The changelog for Buds Live doesn’t mention any improvements in other areas, except overall stability. The latest firmware version R177XXU0AVC8 has been released for Galaxy Buds 2. The version R180XXU0AVC2 has rolled out for Galaxy Buds Live. Both earbuds are receiving these updates in South Korea, India, and some European countries. To get the new software, head to the Galaxy Wearable app, and check for pending updates.