Galaxy watch4

Samsung Electronics has announced that the Galaxy Watch4 will now have Google Assistant. This is after a partnership between Samsung Electronics and Google in building a unified Wear OS platform that creates a seamless connection across Android devices.

Google Assistant will be available on the Watch4’s Play Store app.

This platform also comes with Google Play, which gives users access to some of the most popular apps and services from Google, including Google Maps, Google Pay, and YouTube Music

With this new functionality, Samsung users can now choose between Bixby and Google Assistant, giving them access to more advanced voice assistant functionality right from their wrists.

For now, Google Assistant will be available in 10 markets, including Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, The UK, and the USA. It will, also, support 12 languages, which include Danish, English (American, Canadian, United Kingdom, Australian, Irish), Japanese, Korean, Spanish, French (Canadian, France), and Taiwanese.

Hopefully, the feature rolls out to Galaxy Watch4 users in Africa soon.

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