Google Assistant is reportedly coming to Samsung TVs

Samsung's 2019 TV includes Google Assistant Variety . Current Samsung TVs are only available with the Bixby voice assist device, which is far behind the competition. The new TV is expected to automatically apply audio to the room to produce better sound.

It is not clear how the Google Assistant works on Samsung TV, but the report says that LG Assistant added support for Google Assistant and Alexa in 2018. Use a voice assistant to control your TV directly (e.g., change volume or switch input), control other Google Assistant-compatible devices, or ask a more general question about topics such as weather. With LG TV, you can access Voice Personal via your TV's microphone.

The Google Assistant has made a significant difference to Samsung, the world's largest TV seller. To compete with Google's Alexa, Google has placed Bixby's assistant in everything Samsung has done, including phones, smart appliances, consumer electronics, and TV. However, Bixby's capabilities continue to lag behind competitors. There is no support for third-party technology (which will be announced soon), but recently it has been made available to hardware by other manufacturers. The Bixby smart speakers announced in August are not yet available.

In addition to Google Assistant support, Samsung's 2019 TV can automatically adjust the sound according to the room. Various patents submitted by various last month The second patent states, "It optimizes the sound quality according to the surrounding environment, such as space landscape and ambient noise."

Speakers for Apple's HomePod and Sonos can already make a similar sound. Listen to multiple sounds and measure how they react to a particular room. While HomePod measures the response using the microphone inside the speaker, Sonos uses the microphone of the smartphone to adjust the sound.

Although Samsung has not responded immediately to the request for comment, it will not be long to wait for the official announcement. The company plans to announce its 2019 TV line-up at the big CES 2019 technology show in January.

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