Samsung today unveiled its own smart speaker under the name Galaxy Home. That works in combination with Bixby, the voice assistant that we saw earlier in recent Galaxy smartphones.
The speaker is at the same event announced as the new Galaxy Note 9, but there was only fleeting spoken about. Most of the details will follow at a later time. However, there was already a tip of the veil.
The microphones of the Galaxy Home own “far field voice recognition,” which is to say that the speaker anywhere in the room can understand. You don’t have the right it talk. Soundsteer is also a technique that the music you let him. Whether you’re left or to the right of the speaker, or just there for, the music must in this way always at its best sound.
Samsung has with the Galaxy Home clear the Google Home, Apple HomePod and Amazon Echo on the grain. More details will follow later, including the suggested retail price.
Cooperation with Spotify
An important partner for Samsung is no less than Spotify. This streaming service is in various ways integrated with the Galaxy Home. So you can at home quickly to listen to a song that you will go on your phone, and listened.
Generally, the speaker with voice commands, but on the top are also physical buttons. Further, the SmartThings Hub built-in for control of internet-of-things-devices, such as smart light bulbs.