Mobile maker Samsung has confirmed that it would be rolling out a new update for Galaxy Note 9. This development came amid the rumors and leaks surfaced online recently. As speculation is building up for Galaxy S10 which will be released in 2019, a feature for Galaxy Note 9 is indeed a welcome development.
Galaxy Note 9 will be receiving a feature upgrade
Samsung Research AI Center Head Gray G. Lee has pointed out the company’s top five directions in developing smartphones that users would really love.
“Samsung’s AI vision has five directions: user-centric, always learning, always there, always helpful and always safe,” said Lee, according to the Korea Herald, confirming the Galaxy Note 9’s unique feature.
He further confirmed about Samsung Bixby 2.0 which is the next generation AI- drive assistant for Samsung. He added that this upcoming update is expected to be rolled out to the platform. Samsung Bixby 2.0, he said, would be released with the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 later this year.
Not only, but Lee also hinted that Samsung is planning to release the Galaxy Note 9 in August 2018. The rumored release date run in contrast to the earlier rumor that suggested of the early July release date. It can be recalled that Galaxy Note 8 was revealed on August 23, 2017, and the Galaxy Note 7 was revealed on August 2, 2016, respectively.
Meanwhile, the company’s previous announcements about Bixby as a service and a platform pale in comparison to their competitors. Unless of course, you would compare Bixby to Siri.