Samsung has started releasing a new software update for the Galaxy M51, which comes with some expected improvements for last year’s mid-range device. New features include the June-related security patch and the addition of 360 audio support for Galaxy Buds Pro owners.
The new update is identified by version number M515FXXU3CUG1 and, with them, users will be able to get 47 Android vulnerability fixes and another 19 for One UI own bugs. In addition to these improvements, the changelog also cites improvements to Quick Share and integration with Google RCS, Android’s improved text messaging service.
The biggest highlight, however, is the arrival of official 360 audio support. With it, Galaxy M51 owners who also have a Galaxy Buds Pro will be able to enjoy a more immersive sound quality in their wearable, with the possibility of replicating multidimensional surround sound headphones through Dolby Head Tracking technology.
With this feature, the wearable can point the direction of sound as the user moves their head, to enhance the feeling of being present in a movie or series that is currently playing. To activate the mode, simply access the Galaxy Wearable app, click on advanced and check the option for 360 audio.
This update is gradually being made available to Galaxy M51 users in Ukraine, Russia and India, and Samsung is expected to extend the schedule to more countries over the next few days. To check if your phone can be updated, just access the settings, go to Software Updates and click on Download and Install.