Samsung has announced the arrival of the voice commands feature for its digital assistant Bixby, and limited to users in the United States of America only.
The voice commands will be tested first and on a small scale, so the user needs to register first in a Samsung tool, which the company will then select and activate in a limited category.
According to the company, the commands that can be done in the trial version include sending messages and changing settings within the system. Or even make calls by pressing the Pixby button on the side of the device.
After unveiling the S8 and S8+ phones, the company said the digital assistant and voice commands would arrive before the summer of 2017. But it was late because of its desire to provide a better user experience to help the user perform his tasks more easily and with greater efficiency, a company official said.