The most attractive feature of this phone is perhaps its virtual assistant Bixby.
The company further beautifies it by adding gender identification protocol that will surely be considered the unique. The names then might be referred as Bixby and Kestra.
However, its seeking help of Google to incorporate the feature efficiently, as other AI experts might not show interest in it.
Google has already showcased its AI virtual assistant in its Google’s Pixel and Pixel XL.
Likewise, HTC too is unleashing this ultimate fun in HTC U and U Ultra with a title of Sense Companion.
And of course we must not be unaware that Amazon’s Alexa is soon becoming a part of a smartphone, i.e. Huawei’s Mate 9.
Another giant is LG that also might depend on Google to acquire this feature for LG G6, along with its efforts to go hand in hand with Alexa for some of its other smartphones that soon will hit the market.
Samsung plans to extend the feature to even its TVs and tablets. For which, it is establishing a relationship with Google to work in collaboration to advance AI technology as the latter is considered a rich resource in this field.
The company believes that such a partnership will enhance the technology, which will be of mutual benefit.
The Korean company is looking forward to announcing Galaxy S8 in March, hopefully with a display of the virtual assistant Bixby to attract public love.