Samsung Dials In SRS for Better Audio on Its Phones
Samsung has licensed technology from SRS Labs that should improve the quality of audio and video playback on its mobile phones. Specifically, Samsung licensed SRS Circle Surround Headphone, SRS WOW HD and SRS VIP+. The licenses will allow Samsung to offer simulated 5.1 surround sound through headphones, as well as better bass response and clarity of high frequencies. Samsung will also use SRS' voice and noise-cancellation technology to improve the clarity and quality of phone calls.
Hands On with the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+
Samsung's new flagship phablets are here and they are impressive. They adopt the high-quality design of Samsung's S6 smartphone and toss in a number of compelling new features to help give them their own identity.
Samsung Updates Icon X Headphones with New Music Features
Samsung is offering owners of its Icon X wireless earbuds a software update that improves the music listening experience. First, a new equalizer feature lets people chose from five audio presets (bass boost, soft, dynamic, clear, treble boost) to find a sound profile more suited to their preferences.
LG Promises the V30 Will 'Delight Ears Everywhere' with New Hi-Fi Powers
LG today said its forthcoming V30 flagship handset will be its most advanced device yet when it comes to audio reproduction and recording. To start, the phone adopts a 32-bit advanced hi-fi quad DAC from ESS Technology.
Essential Products Debuts an Attachable Headphone Jack
Essential Products today revealed the latest magnetic accessory for the Essential Phone: a snap-on headphone jack. Like the existing camera accessory, the 3.5mm headphone jack is a modular attachment that affixes to two small poles on the rear of the phone.