The televisions Samsung now they are compatible with the Google Assistant, also known as Google Assistant. This joins a list that also includes Amazon’s Alexa assistant, which arrived on Samsung televisions this year, and Bixby, Samsung’s assistant.
Owners of one of the supported models will not have to download additional downloads to their televisions to enjoy Google Assistant. In addition, the assistants are interchangeable depending on the client’s needs. This can be useful if we have more than one ecosystem at home and we need to interact with all the connected devices in the home from the television.
At the moment, Google Assistant will reach all Samsung televisions belonging to the 2020 range. Specifically, we are talking about the QLED 4K, QLED 8K, Crystal UHD, The Frame, The Serif, The Sero and The Terrace ranges.
What can you do with the Google assistant on Samsung televisions?
Samsung TVs that support Google Assistant will be able to communicate with other smart home devices, such as lights, smart speakers, security cameras, or heating thermostats. Of course, it will also be possible to control the television itself using your voice or simply make inquiries such as what time it will be today or what time is the Real Madrid game.
Samsung’s 2019 TVs were compatible with Google Assistant, but these required to have a Google Home –Or equivalent– to capture orders. This, however, is not the case with televisions belonging to the 2020 range. In these models it is possible to interact with the assistant directly from the television, without the need to purchase a separate smart speaker.
The first countries to receive the Google Assistant are the United Kingdom, France, Germany and Italy. The aforementioned function is expected to reach the televisions marketed in Spain at the end of November.
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