Samsung Bixby 2.0 smart speaker could land on 9 August

Samsung Bixby 2.0 smart speaker could land on 9 August

According to a report by The Bell, Samsung is struggling to adjust its flagship model lineup to defeat profitability deterioration caused by the saturation of the smartphone market. One in the early part of the year in the form of the Galaxy S series, and another in the later part of the year in the form of the Galaxy Note series. Apart from the flagship Galaxy S series, the Galaxy Note smartphones with S-Pen have succeeded in creating its own fan base.

Back in 2011, Samsung introduced the Galaxy Note series by launching the world's first smartphone with a display larger than 5-inch screen size. This can be part of what the company might be planning for its future line of smartphones and a unified Galaxy smartphone could be a stepping stone in that direction. As you can see in the images, the device looks similar to Galaxy Note 8.

The report goes on to add that with this upcoming smartwatch, Samsung is believed to be betting big on health care.

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The Journal also reports that we can expect Samsung to launch an Apple HomePod competitor around the same time: a US$300 speaker powered by Samsung's smart assistant, Bixby. It is noted that unusual gadget has become a top priority for Samsung, which should help to "revive" the phone company's business.

The Galaxy Watch is set to be announced at Samsung Galaxy Unpacked and will most likely be released on August 24.

Possible reasons for the uninspired performance of the Galaxy S9 include a declining high-end Android smartphone market, as well as the simply incremental, not radical, upgrades that Samsung has been making on its Galaxy S devices. The Galaxy Watch would sync with the S Health app that would also provide more in-depth sleep tracking. More details will be revealed when Samsung officially announces the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 on the 9th of August.

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