This characteristic did not get as much play (pun intended) when it was first introduced in Android 8.0 Oreo, but it is value noting. Gadgets running on Oreo can couple with two Bluetooth speakers at once, creating a kind of ad hoc stereo situation when playing audio.
With 9.0 Pie, Google increases that to five devices. At this point, you may not have five various Bluetooth speakers handing around, however it is a distinctive way to set up a multiroom or surround sound structure. You just have to make confident you’re within collection to communicate with them most. Bluetooth is not as stable as Wi-Fi.
If you receive an incoming call, it will automatically go to any speaker with a microphone, and reduced the volume, if required. You can furthermore move music to play on any one speaker you select within the integrating list. Therefore, if you are shifting from one room to another, and each have paired speakers, you can carry on the conversation with a easy tap.
However here is the best part. Ever watched video using Bluetooth headphones that were out of sync? This version of Android will determine that and make up for it through what is called “sound delay reporting.” That implies any kind of lag or sync delay will go straight to Google’s servers for alignment. The catch is that your headphones have to assist sound delay reporting. If not, the attribute will not perform.