Samsung’s Bixby voice assistant which was unveiled this year in March, was initially only been available in Korea but later an English version was launched in US in July.
Bixby is an artificial intelligence system that’s designed to make device interaction easier, specifically designed to avoid the complexity of increasingly fully-featured devices. It made its debut on the Samsung Galaxy S8 devices, but is designed to work across a range of Samsung products, which is now available on Samsung Galaxy S8+ too. It can be used to perform multiple actions through voice commands that would normally require several clicks and applications. For example, users can say “good night” to turn on do-not-disturb and an alarm.
So guys, the good news is that, Samsung electronics announced today that Bixby voice assistant is now available in over 200 countries including the U.K., Canada, Australia and South Africa in addition to Korea and the United States. “Now millions of customers worldwide have access to a new and intelligent way of interacting with their phone,” said Injong Rhee, Executive Vice President and Head of R&D, Software and Services of the Mobile Communications Business at Samsung Electronics.
Bixby still runs on the US English and korean language versions but Samsung plans to continue expanding Bixby’s voice capabilities to additional countries, languages, devices, features and third-party applications. That a good news too. Galaxy S8 and S8+ users can access Bixby by pressing the dedicated Bixby button on those phones, or by saying “Hi, Bixby.”
Me: Hy Bixby, I think they have known much about this?
Bixby: yeah, they have.
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