Samsung’s Latest Galaxy Buds Now Offer Real-Time Audio Translation

Alongside the grand unveiling of its all-new range foldables Galaxy Z Fold6 and Galaxy Z Flip6 in Paris on Wednesday, Samsung also showcased its latest Galaxy Buds3 and Buds3 Pro. One of the most interesting offering on both iterations of is the new Interpreter feature that’s powered by Samsung’s Galaxy AI. Samsung claims that the... Read More

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Alongside the grand unveiling of its all-new range foldables Galaxy Z Fold6 and Galaxy Z Flip6 in Paris on Wednesday, Samsung also showcased its latest Galaxy Buds3 and Buds3 Pro. One of the most interesting offering on both iterations of is the new Interpreter feature that’s powered by Samsung’s Galaxy AI. Samsung claims that the Interpreter function will allow users to hear real-time translations of a foreign language in “Listening Mode” on the Galaxy Z Fold6 or Flip6.

It will, for example, allow a person conversing with someone speaking in a foreign language to have that speech translated into their own language and fed back through the ear buds. It’s important to note here that the latest feature necessarily requires a Samsung Galaxy smartphone as the buds themselves do not have the capability to translate, rather it’s the Galaxy AI software on the Samsung smartphone that does so. Samsung Galaxy Buds3 (Image: Supplied by Samsung) Both buds have a Voice Command feature which allows users to control them without actually touching them or the smartphone.



That function can therefore be used to tell the buds to play or stop playing music using voice commands alone. The microphones in the Buds3 series analyse both internal and external sound in real time to adjust the Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) and audio quality through Adaptive EQ and Adaptive ANC. One of the major differences between the Buds3 and Buds3 Pro is that the Buds3 has an “Open Type” design such.