LDAC is better than aptX HD because it provides lossless audio with bitrates up to 990 Kbps.
All smartphones Xiaomi, running on Android Oreo, will soon receive support for the LDAC audio codec. According to the resource MyDrivers, at the moment such an innovation has already appeared in the MIUI version for developers, and later LDAC will add to stable versions of firmware on the basis of Android Oreo for all Xiaomi devices.
LDAC is a sound encoding technology developed by Sony. It allows you to send a high-quality audio signal (Hi-Res) over a Bluetooth wireless connection with a bit rate of up to 990 Kbps as 24 bit / 96 kHz. Unlike other existing technologies that are compatible with Bluetooth (the same SBC), LDAC is three times more efficient. In addition, it provides streaming of audio data without loss. Starting with Android 8.0 Oreo, this technology is part of the AOSP.
It is believed that LDAC is better than aptX and aptX HD from Qualcomm. Nevertheless, for high-quality sound transmission, it is necessary that the headset also supports LDAC. The successful connection of the Xiaomi smartphone to a device compatible with LDAC is signaled by a new icon next to the name of the headset, as well as a pop-up window that notifies that LDAC is currently enabled by default.
Despite the fact that most users listen to music in mp3 format, LDAC support for Xiaomi smartphones will be a pleasant addition for audiophiles.
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