Bixby in Spanish, games in the Cloud, flexible screens and all that presented Samsung in San Francisco

Today has begun the Samsung Developers Conference, which is the conference for developers of Samsung, where we can see the progress on the proprietary technology of the south Korean company, and how other developers can adapt their products to work with the technologies of Samsung. And as it could not be of another way, Bixby has been one of the dishes of the event.

Bixby will speak English and will be more powerful

Although it will begin with the Spanish of Spain, the virtual assistant from Samsung to speak 5 new languages, and is preparing to be a strong competitor of Google Assistant, Alexa and Siri, so Samsung wants to become the fourth major player of the ecosystems smart.

Clear that to compete against Google, Alexa, and Apple is not simple, but the brand knows that in Bixby there are a lot of potential and for this reason now Bixby will be open to the public, this way you will be able to develop new tools and tasks to take advantage of the wizard of Samsung.

The company wants to follow in the footsteps of Amazon and Google, and wants Bixby not only to be present in their own products, such as televisions or appliances, so that will make an effort to bring it to new products of other manufacturers, although the potential has Samsung as a manufacturer of electronic appliances and equipment will be an important pillar to popularize Bixby in the world, and smart homes, especially because the brand also has an ecosystem of intelligent called SmartThings.

SmartThings

Since we SmartThings in Mexico, you know what is and the potential it has, so that Samsung does not what I was going to leave one side in its conference for developers.

SmartThings is the future of the smart home ecosystem from Samsung, the company mentioned that its platform already operates in more than 200 countries, and have dozens of partners that are developing new products with support in this ecosystem, because at the end the success of this and other ecosystems will depend on the amount of compatible products for use in the application of SmartThings, and not to have to be changing app to control devices separately.

The next step of SmartThings is also connect your car to the platform, an idea that we saw in the past CES, and it seems that it will soon be a reality.

The platform Samsung will have nueas APIs with which developers will be able to take advantage of the potential of this platform, the idea of Samsung is simple, to make that any developer can use the technology to create new functions that improve the lives of the users.

Galaxy Home

The product presented together with the Galaxy Note 9 also brings news, we already knew that Spotify would be integrated with the speaker, but now we have improvements, because the Galaxy Home will work to control our smart home as they do in the Google Home, and Amazon Echo.

It is important to mention that the Galaxy Home has a Hub such as Alexa Echo Plus, so that we do not need another Hub to control devices, however, if you already have the Hub SmartThings, since there will be no problem.

New interface

One IU is the new design line from Samsung, where we see a redesign of the interface, known as Samsung Experience, with icons much more rounded and an interface much more clean and mininalista.

According to Samsung, with One UI users now see only what you have to do, and will be removed items that only soils the visual experience of the Samsung Experience.

One IU is also designed in the comfort of the users, and looks that can be controlled with a single hand.

Games in the Cloud xCloud

Samsung will have an alliance with Xbox for their next few devices are compatible with xCloud, the platform for video game streaming from Microsoft, so you might be able to play several titles Xbox on our phone as if it were on a console, at least with the same fluidity as an Xbox, or that’s what was promised.

Project xCloud, the new way to play through the cloud

The future of gaming is in the Cloud, since what we saw with Google and the xCloud of Microsoft, and the next step is to bring that experience to the phones, and Samsung wants to be the first in the world support this technology.

Flexible screens

Moments before that Samsung displayed its flexible display, Google announced that Android would support for flexible displays, adapting the interface to the phone or tablet, all depending on how you use the phone flexible.

And although the Galaxy X seems to come in the CES 2019, today the brand has introduced its flexible display for smartphones called Infinity Flex Display.What we must mention that this is not the Galaxy X, but a prototype of the new flexible screens Samsung.

In that prototype we saw that in addition to the flexible screen we have a front screen that is displayed when the phone is folded, so that the flexible screen will only be used when you want the tablet mode, but as mentioned, at the moment, this is only a prototype, and we don’t know if it will be the final design of the rumored Galaxy X.

This new screen will begin to manufacture in mass very soon, indicating that upcoming new phones flexible of the brand, as well as of companies that want to buy the flexible screens from Samsung.

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