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Google Assistant now available on Samsung Smart TVs

November 21, 2020

Together with Amazon Alexa and Bixby, the Google Assistant is integrated into Samsung Smart TVs.

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Google Assistant now available on Samsung Smart TVs
Google Assistant now available on Samsung Smart TVs

Google Assistant is fully integrated in Samsung Smart TVs and is therefore compatible with the well-known voice assistants Alexa and Bixby. It offers better control options and functions.

However, no additional hardware or installation downloads are required as they are interchangeable. Samsung Smart TV users now have instant access to their preferred content, real-time responses and the ability to control their smart device with the voice assistant of their choice. You can, among other things, adjust the volume, control playback, open applications.

Samsung Electronics announced that “Google Assistant will join the suite of voice assistants currently available on Samsung Smart TVs for 2020, providing viewers with advanced detection and control capabilities.”

Similarly, the premier suite of voice assistants is now available for all 2020 4K and 8K QLED TVs, Crystal UHD TVs, The Frame, The Serif, The Sero and The Terrace, and compatible with Voice Assistant ecosystems. existing users.

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“Easy detection and control”

This is how Samsung describes it because of its wide range of voice assistants. Users now have faster access to their preferred entertainment, real-time response and the ability to seamlessly control their smart home devices.

Activating the voice command gives users the ability to easily navigate channels, adjust the volume, play games and open applications, among other things.

Just like the Google Assistant, users have access to Google services they know and like to speed up their days, including Search, Photos, Maps, Calendar and many other items.

According to Samsung, the Google assistants are already available in the UK, France, Germany and Italy but will be rolled out in 12 more countries later this year.