Galaxy S8 Will Feature Audio Tuned by AKG – Debuts on Galaxy Tab S3 First
Samsung has unveiled its shiny new tablet, the Galaxy Tab S3. But along with that, the company has made a significant announcement, pertaining to the audio muscle the new tablet packs. But wait, there’s more where that came from.
Samsung Debuts Galaxy Tab S3 with Audio Tuned by AKG – Will Feature on Future Galaxy Smartphones too (Hint: the S8)
If you’re looking for a good audio experience on a tablet, then look no further than the Galaxy Tab S3. It comes packed with four speakers that work in perfect harmony to create the best cinema experience in the mobile space. But it’s not ordinary sound which you get to hear from these four drivers. They are fine tuned by AKG.
As the first stage of this audio collaboration, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will debut with quad stereo-sound speakers tuned by AKG. With premium 4K video playback and a vivid Super AMOLED display, the Galaxy Tab S3 will offer a cinema-like experience and feature S Pen productivity. The tablet’s AKG tuned speakers will produce pure sounds, free from distortion and distraction, inspiring listeners with a truly immersive acoustic experience. The speakers will also automatically adjust depending on whether the device is in landscape or portrait mode to offer the highest-quality sound.
In case you are wondering, Samsung and HARMAN International Industries struck a deal back in 2016, through which both companies would bring enhanced audio experiences to Galaxy devices. The first device to bear the fruit of that partnership is the newly announced Tab S3. But wait, the announcement press release goes further to reveal that select future Galaxy ‘smartphones’ will carry audio tuned by AKG as well. So, with that in mind, expect some solid audio credentials from the Galaxy S8, which his bound for a worldwide reveal on March 29.
Samsung and AKG will expand their collaboration by bringing AKG’s superior listening experience to Samsung Galaxy smartphones. Select Galaxy smartphone users will soon be able to enjoy pure, natural sound with earphones tuned by AKG included in-box with their smartphone.
While that announcement may appeal to a lot of users out there, it seems as though the tech will be limited to just earphones for now. Still, it gives us hope that the next Galaxy might actually pack in better-than-mediocre speakers compared to the Galaxy S6 and S7.
We will keep our readers updated with more news pertaining to the Galaxy S8. Meanwhile, do let us know in the comments section below what you would like to see in the upcoming flagship from Samsung.