Samsung Bixby 3.0 gets support for Indian English, now available for Galaxy S21 Series, Galaxy A52, Galaxy A72
Bixby 3.0 will soon be made available on other devices including, Galaxy S20 Series, Galaxy Note20 Series, and Galaxy Fold.
The Galaxy Watch is rumoured to release on 9 August alongside the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in New York.
The "first look" event is slated to take place at the American Stock Exchange in New York on Tuesday, Samsung said in a statement.
Samsung Bixby 2.0 to be released in 2018; will support multiple devices such as televisions and refrigerators
This will help the global smartphone leader further strengthen its position against companies like Google, Apple, and Amazon that also have virtual assistants, Google Assistant, Siri and Alexa, respectively.
Samsung has been working on the Bixby Assistant so that it can understand Indian accents properly.
As smartphones and other electronic devices make greater use of artificial intelligence (AI), the digital assistants already pervasive in our lives
This Google Assistant works as a next best option for having Assistant available from anywhere in iOS.
While the current form of Bixby will only allow it to take advantage of native (or built-in) apps, Samsung wants to integrate Bixby with third-party apps as well
Ahead of Galaxy Note 8 launch, Samsung's digital assistant Bixby Voice can now understand multiple languages
Currently Bixby is working in sync with native apps however, the makers are looking forward to synchronise with third-party apps as well.
Apple is looking to hire a person to help its Siri assistant stay updated on all the non-traditional holidays, trending cultural happenings, and events that people might ask about.
English version of Bixby, an advanced voice recognition systemby Samsung, is likely to be launched in the US and taken to other English-speaking countries.
A firmware update blocks the ability to remap the Bixby button on the Samsung Galaxy S8. Prior to the update, the button could be remapped to launch Google Assistant.
Samsung will not launch the Galaxy S8 and S8+ with Bixby due to certain performance issues discovered in the past few weeks.
Bixby is smart, can get smarter, has the potential to attract developers and even help Samsung build its own smartphone software ecosystem. But at the announcement, Bixby was not as awesome as we expected it to be.
With Bixby, Samsung is gunning for a voice assistant that will change the way we use our smartphones and the apps in them.
Soon after reports surfaced of the next Samsung Galaxy S8 flagship phone having a personal assistant, rumours are now doing rounds that the device will have different names for male and female voice assistants.