Samsung Develops Its Home Audio Assistant With The Help Of Bixby

Jul

6

2017

Samsung Electronics is developing its smart home audio amplifier based on its new digital assistant Bixby, according to a new Wall Street Journal report. The project is called Vega, and little information is available about the project. In the Smart Home Voice Assistance race to join Amazon, Google, Microsoft and Apple.

It seems that the South Korean company has not yet decided the format and specifications of the new home audio plugin, and the date of issuance and availability is not yet clear, but the information indicates that the development of the Vega protagonist is slowing down because of the digital assistant Bixby itself, as Samsung began operating voice support in the form of preview during Last month, it is clear that there is still a long way to go with the company’s digital assistant.

Samsung launched its digital assistant Pixby in conjunction with the launch of the Galaxy S8, but the new phones were available to users without providing support for English voice commands, despite the marketing campaign adopted by the company to promote to the Assistant Bixby as a prominent feature in the phone by giving it Custom button.

Amazon’s acoustic assistant Alexa, who works for Echo and other Amazon products for the smart home, currently has more than 15,000 third-party skills, so he can do almost anything from reading news headlines and running water sprinklers for grass. Despite the popularity of Alexa, he is out of proportion Large of Android phones.

Samsung is looking at how to fill that void with its digital assistant, Pixby. The company can replicate Amazon’s recipe for success if it works on both the home audio and PDA at the same time by providing Pixby with as many devices as possible and providing support from many Of third party developers.

Samsung will soon release voice support to fully assist Bixby, but it will not be until the second half of July, and it has been working on Vega’s promoter for more than a year. The South Korean company plans to add Its digital assistant Bixby to televisions and refrigerators in the future.

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