Anker has announced a new “soundcore” feature for its new Samsung Galaxy smartphones.
The new feature uses “digital noise processing” to improve sound quality, according to Anker’s announcement.
The company said that sound quality improvements can be achieved by adjusting the volume level of certain audio settings and by adjusting how the speakers are positioned.
Anker said that the soundcore feature will be available for both the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.
The feature can be turned on and off using a single button.
Samsung has also released a new Galaxy S9 flagship, the Galaxy Note 9, which is expected to be a significant upgrade over the S7 edge and S9.
Ankers latest soundcore soundcard is the company’s “Motion+” soundcard, which combines a microphone, an A/D converter and a DAC to provide “high-quality sound.”
The company noted that the motion+ soundcard also includes two additional DACs that can deliver additional dynamic range.
An audio engineer for Anker, Tom Tung, said that its the sound card that’s “revolutionizing the smartphone audio industry,” with the new feature being used in the companys flagship Galaxy S10, which will launch in November.
An update to Samsung’s Galaxy S11, S11+ and S11 mini smartphone are also expected in the coming months.
Samsung recently released a couple of new Samsung smartphones, including the Galaxy E9 and Galaxy E8, that will come with the company s new “MotionPlus” sound card.
The next smartphone to come with this new “motionplus” sound feature is the Galaxy X, which Samsung announced last week.
Samsung’s announcement of the new “audiocore” sound cards comes after Anker unveiled a new high-end soundcard last year.