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Google Assistant is now available on the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4

On the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4, Google Assistant is now available. Users of the Galaxy Watch 4 may now utilise Google Assistant on the device. In addition to being present in the app tray, you can use voice commands to activate Assistant and set it to a long press on the home button. Users may also access Google Pay, Maps, and YouTube Music with today’s upgrade.

Samsung announced Google Assistant compatibility for the smartphone later this summer at Google I/O earlier this month, so it’s coming sooner than some may have thought. Samsung’s senior vice president of products and experience, Patrick Chomet, stated that Assistant will enable “faster and more natural speech interactions.”

Spotify management will be available via Google Assistant, according to Patrick Chomet, Samsung’s senior vice president, and support for additional third-party applications is on the way. Later this year, Google applications and services will be customized for the Galaxy Watch series.While Galaxy Watch 4 owners can sideload Google Assistant, official support should make it easier for the majority of people to use the functionality. The announcement comes a year after it was revealed that Samsung and Google are working on Wear OS together.

Samsung will phase out Tizen from its wearables in favour of Wear OS in the future.The Pixel Watch will debut later this year, competing with the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 5 Pro. While we don’t know if Samsung will keep using the Exynos W920 chipset in future watches, we expect the Galaxy Watch 5 to perform speedier and live longer than the Pixel Watch.

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