Samsung Galaxy Home Speaker

Aug 14, 2018

Category: Tech

The amazing duo of A.I. assistant and speaker is common these days with Echo housing Alexa and the HomePod accommodating Siri. Now, Samsung has its own high-end A.I. speaker for their Bixby assistant: the Galaxy Home.

Elegantly shaped, this intelligent speaker delivers a personalized experience to any home through powerful AKG sound. Inside the device, there are six speakers and a subwoofer for excellent sound quality. According to Samsung, it’s the only A.I. speaker that has the ability to intuitively move a sound wave directly your way when prompted. Utilizing a built-in ‘SmartThings’ hub, the Galaxy Home Speaker can automatically sync with your smart home devices, allowing you to turn off lights, lock doors, play music, and start the dishwasher via your voice or smartphone. Samsung hasn’t dropped the price for this smart device yet, but we’ll find out soon enough.

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