Electronics manufacturers have recently focused on space sound technologies. Everyone seems to have their own perception, all with different names. Dolby has an atmosphere. Sony calls its solution "Tempest 3D AudioTech". Apple is Spatial Audio, which has become what's called interactive technology synonymous with surround or 3D sound.
On Wednesday, Verizon introduced the Motorola One 5G UW Ace. This phone has Verizon 5G bandwidth, 5000mAh battery, 48MP camera with "Quad Pixel" technology and ThinkShield security features. But Verizon tried hard, albeit narrowly, to make Adaptive Sound sound inside the phone (video below). Adaptive Sound is Verizon's conception of space sound. This is not a completely new technology, but it has recently become very popular due to Dolby and Apple. Spatial audio is essentially surround sound without additional speakers. Works with headphones, sound bars, or any other output device connected to the phone. It supports Dolby Atmos-enabled content, but Verizon says it's not limited to Dolby technology.
This technology is built into the device's operating system, so for any software that has audio without software that can use it, the manufacturer has to patch the software to use it.
“To experience Verizon Adaptive Sound, simply use your favorite apps to play music, video or game, and it automatically optimizes the content for you. Your listening device. You can also manually control various settings like treble, bass, space, audio, etc." p>
Currently, adaptive audio is only available on the new Motorola phone. However, Verizon has promised to come to future phones and current devices with a firmware update. The program did not have time to update the program. The Motorola One UW Ace will be available starting July 8 (today) for $300. See the Verizon website for full specifications and more information. p>
Verizon showcases adaptive space sound technology for the first time in the new Motorola One