Get Excited for Dolby Atmos Support
Dolby Atmos support is coming to the Galaxy Note 8 in Android Pie.
Samsung launched Dolby Atmos support in early 2018 on the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. Since then, the feature's rolled out to several Galaxy mid-range Galaxy devices.
It's finally the Galaxy Note 8's turn as it looks like Dolby Atmos will arrive on board Android Pie.
The Galaxy Note 8 doesn't have stereo speakers (the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ do) which means the device only gets support for wired and Bluetooth audio.
That said, Galaxy Note 8 users should notice louder, improved audio while running Android Pie. Samsung's also including Movie, Music, and Voice modes which will improve the audio experience on the former flagship.
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