Before and since Samsung released the Galaxy S8 and S8+, the new AI assistant Bixby has been a talking point or users worldwide. The AI assistant had been much hyped about but still managed to make the list of things that did not impress with the release of new Galaxy devices.
Samsung has now announced that the Galaxy S8 and S8+ will not support Bixby Voice when the smartphone becomes available in two weeks time. According to Samsung, the voice feature is not going to be supported until Spring at least.
Bixby’s Voice will be able to launch apps and users will be able to have a conversation with the new AI assistant. At the launch, Bixby will come with three basic features Vision, Home and Reminder.
Samsung pre-orders have started all around the world and in Pakistan, the booking ends on 27th April while the sets will be handed over to the customers on April 28.
Bixby will be able to amend incomplete commands thanks to its new contextual awareness features with which it will be able to understand the orders and match them with whatever you are doing on the screen. Samsung’s AI assistant will compete with the likes of Apple’s Siri which is set to receive a makeover itself.