Samsung Electronics’ Bixby is a powered by AI virtual voice assistant. Samsung has now integrated Latin American Spanish functionality to Bixby Voice. With the introduction of today’s upgrade, the voice assistant has more applications than ever before, particularly for users in the United States, which is the second-largest Spanish-speaking country in the world.
Bixby Voice on the Samsung Galaxy’s Now Supports Latin American Spanish
Furthermore, when compared to other countries, the United States has the highest number of Bixby users. Although the formal announcement is unknown, a few Galaxy devices now support Latin American Spanish for Bixby.
Based to the rumour, the Latin American Spanish Bixby will be accessible on Galaxy Smartphones beginning November 17, 2022, including the Galaxy Z Fold 4, Z Flip 4, Galaxy S22, and Galaxy S21 lines.
It was also revealed that the Latin American Spanish Bixby would be available in December on other Samsung smartphones, including the Galaxy Z Flip, Galaxy S20, and Galaxy S21. It is not stated in the report if Galaxy S21 owners would be able to utilise Bixby in Latin American Spanish beginning November 17 or in December.
Bixby currently only supports Brazilian Portuguese in the Latin American language. However, the AI-powered voice assistant already supports European Spanish. With this new upgrade, Latin American Spanish customers will be able to utilise Bixby in their native language.
Young Jip Kim, Samsung’s EVP and Head of the AI team, recently stated, “We are proud to bring Bixby to the millions of people who speak Latin American Spanish, joining the more than 200 million people who are already using Bixby from nearly 400 million devices worldwide.”