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Samsung delayed the release of Bixby

Samsung Galaxy S8 | Bixby

Samsung delayed the release of Bixby

Bixby, the new assistant of the Samsung which aims to compete with Siri and Google Assistant, is undoubtedly the most highly anticipated feature of the S8. Samsung, who has been using a virtual assistant for many years named S Voice, but has difficulties catching up with its rivals such as Siri and Google Assistant, aims to catch up with the competition with its new assistant. But apparently we’ll have to wait a while to see it.



Bixby technically offers much more advanced features than other assistants. Thanks to the artificial intelligence behind it, not only the questions asked are answered and at the same time it makes it possible to easily carry out many operations in daily life. For example, the active application on the screen can be detected by it. At this time, when the button activating the assistant is pressed, actions that can be performed by tapping in the application can be performed by voice. Bixby can be used not only with audio but also with camera. The perceived objects on the camcorder can be detected by it and the product visible on the camera becomes possible to search through the internet.



According to the reports, Samsung is unable to not ship Galaxy S8w with Bixby. For this reason, it is stated that Bixby will be lacking some features in the beginning. At the beginning, it is said that many advanced feature will come later on the assistant who is said to be unable to command by voice. Other features are said to be available. It is not yet known when Bixby can be used with all its functions.

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