During a press conference, DJ Koh, CEO of Samsung's mobile division, revealed several details about the upcoming products of the brand. Among them is the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9, which will feature Bixby 2.0, a revamped version of the South Korean manufacturer's virtual assistant.
Beyond the issue of naming the next Galaxy S. From the smart speaker with the virtual assistant and the brand's new priorities, Koh would reveal a bit about the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. The device will incorporate Bixby 2.0, which we would make known here, over 4 months ago last october.
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According to Koh, this will be a re-invention of Bixby's virtual assistant. According to the CEO, the new generation will definitely turn the virtual assistant into a truly intelligent tool. Your expectations are high for the next generation, and thankfully. Bixby's current state is not the best.
His statements would be made during the press conference at Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona. Then Koh would reveal to average that the brand is testing the beta version of Bixby 2.0 with 800 partners. "Given the current state of development, Bixby 2.0 will be ready for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9". Statement by DJ Koh.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 expected to feature Bixby 2.0
The leader of the entire mobile department has shown his confidence in the development of this new generation of his assistant. I would also add that Bixby 2.0 will be able to give users the opportunity to control a wider scope of voice controls. He also hinted that this new generation will focus on expanding its ecosystem to industry. This means we will have more physical support for the virtual assistant that will be present in the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will arrive in August 2018
While very careful about everything he would reveal about the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Koh would add that the new Bixby would be one of the brand's biggest assets. The device will arrive in August 2018 if the tradition is not broken. It may also be the first smartphone of the brand with the fingerprint reader built into the display itself.
Eui-Suk Chung, executive vice president of Samsun's software and AI department also revealed that the brand is working on individual voice recognition. This will allow Bixby to recognize the voice of multiple users separately and not having the assistant attached to a single device.
According to rumors, the next generation virtual assistant will be able to mediate more fluid communication between the smartphone and other Samsung devices. If the brand can optimize all this software could be a new way to use and interact with our equipment.
Sure, one of Samsung Galaxy Note 9's biggest assets will be its software.
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