Samsung on why Galaxy S9 speakers are better than Galaxy S8

Samsung is dominating the Android smartphone market for a while now, but the latest Galaxy S9 range is just the modest update to Galaxy S8. However, Samsung has focused and achieved in one feature through the AKG-tuned stereo speakers.

Major complaint from Samsung Galaxy S8 customers has been the poor speakers, the South Korean giant thankfully addressed the issue and this new Galaxy S9 features an additional speaker at the top for stereo sound which delivers better performance and access to Dolby Atmos surround sound tech.

Samsung has recently clarified on how it has focused on addressing the audio troubles of Galaxy S8. “To turn the Galaxy S9/S9+’s sound quality into a three-dimensional experience, we wanted to place another dynamic speaker in the phone,” written in a blogpost.

“The top of the phone was the best location as this would allow the device to play sound in stereo. This meant we had to rearrange the internal components, like the front camera and iris scanner, to make room. On top of that, we had to design a speaker that is powerful yet slim enough for the new phones to maintain Samsung’s Infinity Display,” it further added.

Samsung has nearly spent one year on adjusting it to the kinetic structure of the speaker in order to make enough room for it within the S9. The firm says, “And finally we reduced interference from other components that also use magnets so that they wouldn’t cause static or noise in the speaker.”

Galaxy S9 speakers are .4 times louder than the Galaxy S8, also thanks to incorporation of Dolby Atmos which helped in enhancing stereo speakers’ capabilities.


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