Faizel Patel, Radio Islam News – 28-05-2018
While the latest mobile phones have all the features that users can dream off, the sound quality of the device also plays an integral role especially when it comes to western or Islamic tunes.
With this in minds, technology company Samsung says it always invests an enormous amount of time developing innovation that is relevant to customers that can enhance their daily lives.
Whether you listen to Western music or Islamic nazams of anasheed, today, it’s difficult to imagine a day without a personal go-to-list.
Craige Fleischer, Vice President of Integrated Mobility for Samsung South Africa, says The volume of work and investigation that went into the sound capability of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ bears testimony to that to the sound quality of the device.
“In fact, we spent a year modifying the kinetic structure of the speaker to make enough room for it. The results are an intense sound experience that’s unmatched in any other device available today.”
The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ feature an additional speaker at the top of the phone for stereo sound with much better bass performance, less distortion at high volumes and access to Dolby Atmos surround sound technology. The devices also allow users to set up their own preferences for listening and once the Dolby Atmos feature is activated, there are three presets, for Movie, Voice and Music.
The Adapt Sound feature optimises the sound settings for a user’ ears. All that needs to be done is a quick sound check under one of the settings and the difference is immediately noticeable.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 is also backed by the in-house SoundAlive, which lets users’ amp up the audio output. It comes with a 9-band equalizer, which lets you adjust the frequency from 63Hz to 16kHz and from a range of 10dB to -10dB. The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ include a number of accessories, including a pair of AKG headphones worth R999, which take the personal theatre experience to the next level.