Galaxy S10 - Use Dolby Atmos on Your Phone (SM-G970W, SM-G973W & SM-G975W)

Last Update date : Oct 03. 2020
Galaxy S10 - Use Dolby Atmos on Your Phone (SM-G970W, SM-G973W & SM-G975W)

Your Galaxy phone is like your very own mini theater or concert hall. The Galaxy S10 has Dolby Atmos, which gives them cinema-quality surround sound. You can adjust the settings for Dolby Atmos and other audio options on your phone.

Information provided applies to devices sold in Canada. Available screens and settings may vary for smartphones sold in other countries.

Turn On Dolby Atmos

Whether you're watching a zombie movie or listening to some slow jams, Dolby Atmos will give you a superior listening experience.

Turn On Dolby Atmos

Using two fingers, swipe down from the top of the screen to open the Quick Settings panel. Swipe to and touch Dolby Atmos to turn it on or off. To access more advanced settings for Dolby Atmos, touch and hold the icon. Then, select your desired setting for the type of entertainment you're enjoying.

Dolby Atmos for Gaming

Dolby Atmos already makes mobile games sound amazing, but with Galaxy S10, games will be even more lifelike. Dolby Atmos for gaming will amplify even the lowest sounds, like footsteps in a horror game.

Dolby Atmos for Gaming

To turn on this feature, from Settings, search for and select Sound quality and effects. Then, touch Sound quality and effects again, and touch the slider next to Dolby Atmos for gaming.

UHQ Upscaler

This option is only available when your headphones are plugged in.

Your phone’s audio can sound even better with wired headphones when you use the UHQ upscaler features. If you're wondering, UHQ stands for Ultra High Quality.

UHQ Upscaler

From Settings, search for and select Sound quality and effects. Touch Sound quality and effects again, and then touch UHQ upscaler. In audio, a "bit" is how much information is in a sample. Bit upscaling can help all that info - or the audio - sound clearer. You can choose between the two following settings:

  • Bit upscaling: The default setting when you plug in headphones.
  • Bit and bandwidth upscaling: A more advanced upscaling option that will make the sound quality higher.
Sound Personalization

We all hear sound differently. With Sound Personalization, you can choose the type of sound that works best for you.

Sound Personalization

From Settings, search for and select Sound quality and effects. Touch Sound quality and effects again, and then, swipe to and touch Adapt Sound. Choose your age group. To hear a preview of the different options, touch the gear icon and then follow the on-screen instructions.

You can also create a sound profile based on your own hearing ability. Touch Add personalized sound profile, and then touch Start. Follow the on-screen instructions to take a hearing test and create your very own sound profile.

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