Verizon (parent company of Engadget) has created version surround sound says they don’t need special headphones, earphones or speakers. The first device to use Verizon Adaptive Sound technology is the Motorola One 5G UW Ace smartphone, which is available as of today.
Verizon suggests that Adaptive Sound converts almost any content into surround sound, while Apple’s surround audio or Sony’s 360 ° Reality Audio require special content. For s Dolby Atmos, as well as Apple ‘s version of the technology.
Play any music, videos or games, and Adaptive Sound will automatically optimize the contents of your device, according to Verizon. You will be able to adjust some settings, such as treble, bass, spatial and voice options. You will also need to select sound profiles.
Verizon plans to introduce the technology to future devices. Some current devices will also gain access to customizable audio through software updates.
It remains to be seen how well Adaptive Sound works compared to other surround sound and content captures designed to reproduce 360-degree sound. In any case, it is interesting to see how the carrier develops its own spin on the surround sound.
Meanwhile, the Motorola One 5G UW Ace looks similar to One 5G ace which appeared earlier this year. It features a 6.7 “Full HD + screen, a Snapdragon 750G 5G processor and a 48MP camera. The phone costs $ 300 directly.
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