Google Assistant is now available on Samsung’s 2020 TVs in the UK, France, Germany and Italy, and will be available in 12 countries by the end of this year. Samsung has announced. This introduces Google’s voice assistant Samsung TVs in the US last month. Samsung has said it will make it to Spain, Brazil, India and South Korea in late November. Voice Assistant is available with Amazon’s Alexa and Samsung’s own Pixby voice assistants.
According to Samsung, Google Voice Assistant can be used to control the TV directly with commands such as changing channels or resizing, otherwise it can control other Google Assistant-compatible smart home devices such as thermostats or lights. You can listen to it for weather information or play music, and it integrates with other Google services such as Search, Photos, Maps and Calendar.
Samsung’s 2019 TV Previously integrated with Google Assistant, But then users had to issue their commands via a separate device with a voice assistant such as Google Home Smart Speaker. However, with the newer models, users can hold voice commands directly on their TVs by pressing the microphone button on its remote.
Now with the support of both Alexa and Google Assistant, Samsung’s own PixP Smart Assistant seems to be sidelined on its smart TVs. We can’t imagine that many people would choose to use this when Google and Amazon’s popular helpers are now configured.
If you are in a compatible country, if desired Enable Google’s voice assistantYou can do this by going to its Settings menu, selecting “General”, then “Voice” and finally “Voice Assistant”. From there, you can choose Google Assistant as your voice assistant. Samsung says it will support the following models: “All 2020 4K and 8K QLED TVs, Crystal UHD TVs, The Frame, The Sheriff, The Zero and The Terrace.”