New Samsung TVs are compatible with Google Assistant now. Samsung has just made it official. This way, they will have full compatibility with Alexa, Bixby and Google Assistant. No additional download is required, the integration comes directly to the TVs.
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The compatible models are the 2020 QLED 4K and 8K televisions, Crystal UHD televisions, The Frame, The Serif, The Sero and The Terrace. Why is it important that the new Samsung televisions are compatible with Google’s Assistant? Let’s talk about it.
Samsung announces the compatibility of Google Assistant in its 2020 smart TV range. Now, they are compatible with both Bixby, the Korean company’s own assistant, and Alexa from Amazon. Now we will have more possibilities thanks to Google Assistant.
The integration of Google Assistant is complete: we will be able to control the television, the reproduction, and the contents through the Google Assistant
This integration means that now we can access content by voice, get real-time responses on the screen, as well as we will be able to control smart home devices that are linked to our smart TV (like speakers and others) in a more simple way. We will also be able to adjust the volume, control the reproduction, open applications and much more.
New Samsung TVs are compatible with Google Assistant now. The company emphasizes that nothing will have to be downloaded or updated, so we understand that the integration of Google Assistant comes via the server and will gradually reach all-new Samsung televisions.