With Android 13 QPR1, spatial audio for the Pixel 6 appears, however it is still limited.

Google has made Spatial Audio available on Pixel 6 and 6 Pro for all headphones in the most recent Android 13 beta, but it doesn’t offer anything yet. Spatial Audio was initially announced as a feature of the Pixel Buds Pro.

The concept of making music, movies, and video games “spatial” has become one of the most well-liked developments in audio recently. In essence, as you turn your head, it will appear as though the music is moving in 3D, immersing you in the experience.

Through the new “ Spatializer ” APIs that debuted with Android 13, Google has been working diligently to deliver 3D audio to Android. Additionally, Google said earlier this year that a future update would provide spatial audio capabilities for the Pixel Buds Pro.

The first beta of the upcoming quarterly update (QPR1) for Android 13 for Pixel phones was issued by Google this week. Every Bluetooth headset, not just the Pixel Buds Pro, now has a new “Spatial Audio” toggle available in the settings when the update is applied.

In addition, you can now enable Spatial Audio for wired headphones using a new toggle in the Settings app’s “Sound

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