Why Can’t Husbands Respond as Quick As Samsung Galaxy Note 9’s Bixby? 0 429

Galaxy Note 9

AH! Bixby! Samsung’s intelligent voice assistant, or the most commonly known worst assistant yet. The Bixby’s current version does have a lot of features but the performance was rather a disappointment.

Currently, Bixby is very bad at voice recognition, slow and is very specific about what it should be asked to do. For example, to ask a question you need to say “talk to Q&A” only then can you ask the question.

But, one learns from his mistakes, doesn’t he? According to The Korean Herald, Gary G. Lee, the new head of AI at Samsung Research, briefed that the new improved 2.0 version will be launched with the new Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9
Samsung Galaxy Note 9

The updated Bixby 2.0 will be improved in terms of natural language processing, noise resistance capabilities, and will surely increase response times.

The Bixby will be super-enhanced with Viv. Viv is a very extraordinary AI that was developed by one of the creators of Siri. Bixby should be having this as a major update. Viv would be a part of Samsung phones at first but then would eventually spread to more devices.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 hasn’t been yet announced but the rumors are that it would be launching either at the end of July or in the first week of August. The Phone would be definitely packed with many other upgrades along with the new Bixby.

It is expected that Samsung would be finally introducing an in-display finger sensor. The phone itself will include a 6.4” display with QHD+ resolution feature.

Other specifications rumored include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 or Samsung Exynos 9810.

So, if the Galaxy Note 9 with Bixby 2.0 does wonders like the rumors depict it would, women would definitely wish their husbands to update their response time to respond just as quickly as Bixby.

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Edrees Mangel
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