Samsung Electronics made Bixby, a virtual private support that works with AI. Now, Samsung has made Bixby Voice work with Latin American Spanish. With today’s update, the speech aid is more useful than ever, especially for people in the United States, which is the second-largest Spanish-speaking country.
Bixby Voice for Samsung Galaxy’s Now Supports Latin American Spanish
Also, the United States has the most Bixby users compared to other places. Bixby now works with some Galaxy phones that speak Latin American Spanish, but it’s not clear what the official statement is.
Based to the story, the company says that Bixby will be offered in Latin American Spanish on Galaxy smartphones starting on November 17, 2022. This includes the Galaxy Z Fold 4, Z Flip 4, Galaxy S22, and Galaxy S21 lineups.
Also provided was that Bixby will be available in Latin American Spanish on more Samsung devices in December, including the Galaxy Z Flip, Galaxy S20, and Galaxy S21. The fact that Galaxy S21 users can use Bixby in Latin American Spanish on November 17 or in December is not stated in the story.
In the Latin American language, Bixby only supports Brazilian Portuguese right now. But the AI-based voice helper already works with European Spanish. With this new release, people who speak Spanish and live in Latin America will be able to use Bixby in their own language.
Young Jip Kim, the head of Samsung’s AI team and EVP, said recently, “We are proud to bring Bixby to the millions of people who speak Latin American Spanish. They will join the more than 200 million people who already use Bixby on nearly 400 million devices around the world.”