Bixby 2.0 (yes, Samsung continues with its digital assistant) will receive support from Google applications VentureBeat (through XDA).
Samsung has already announced that intelligent TVs with the same name support basic Google Assistant commands (already using the Google Home device), and this is still another refreshing "bend knee" effort, undoubtedly by South Korean technology giants. Be welcomed by fans all over the world.
This means that if Bixby (if this case is not completely terrible), Google Maps, Google Play, YouTube and Gmail will be backed up. The initial version of Bixby 2.0 was released on Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and later passed to Galaxy S9 and S9 +.
Although this update is very pleasing, it is still not confusing and annoying that support has been removed, especially since Bixby 1.0 has launched the Google application support on Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 + devices.
All this in the slightest, with the release of the Samsung Galaxy S10 horizon, but that does not do anything wrong. As for what's happening, we're not sure yet, but the strong commitment to the launch of the S10 potential in February.
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