The BlackBerry Natural Sound provides high-fidelity acoustic performance during cellular voice calls or during BBM Voice & Video calls through an advanced hardware & the use of an acoustic processing engine. BlackBerry first launched the BlackBerry Natural Sound in OS 10.2 when the BlackBerry Z30 was released. Now, BlackBerry has apparently refined the technology further and BlackBerry Passport will be the first and only device this year to fully utilize it with its four microphones.
BlackBerry Natural Sound, comprises of two key technologies:
To provide full-bandwidth & stereo audio performance for BBM Voice & Video on BlackBerry 10 in any listening scenario (speaker phone, HDMI out, etc..)
- End-to-end high fidelity full band, full duplex audio for BBM Voice & Video on BlackBerry 10
- Leverages BlackBerry Network to ensure quality of service during poor network conditions
- Audio quality amplified when connected to external speakers via line-out or HDMI
Advanced acoustic processing engine that amplifies what’s important in the noisiest of environments during cellular voice calls.
- Delivers superior acoustic performance under all conditions for cellular voice calls
- Innovative Receiver technology that adapts to the user’s ear in real time
- Advanced Receiver technology that adapts to the user’s ear in real time
- Proprietary Acoustic Engine which adjusts all audio processing blocks in real-time
Apparently, only the BlackBerry Passport will be able to utilize the Receiver technology to adapt to the user’s ear in real time.
Have you tried out the current iteration of the BlackBerry Natural voice? What do you think of it? Let us know!