Samsung AI Chief Confirms Bixby 2.0 With Several Upgrades For The Galaxy Note 9 As Company Commences Panel Production For The Device
These days, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is an active device on the rumor mill. It’s expected that the Korean tech giant will accelarate the phablet’s production and launch it earlier than it usually does. Even though rumors for an expedited launch for the Note lineup are common every year, this year they just might bear fruit. Today we’ve got more details for the Galaxsy Note 9’s production schedule and Samsung’s plans for Bixby upgrades. Head over below for more details.
South Korean Industry And Supply Chain Sources Corroborate Claims That Samsung Will Launch The Galaxy Note 9 Earlier This Year To Make Up For Potential Poor Galaxy S9 Sales; The Korean Tech Giant Has Commened Producing OLED Panels For The Phablet
Following earlier claims that Samsung will produce the Galaxy Note 9’s display panels earlier this year than it did for the Galaxy Note 8, we’ve got more reports from South Korea that serve to verify these claims.
Samsung’s South Korean suppliers belive that the company will launch the Galaxy Note 9 earlier this year. This decision is partly motivated by the company’s desire to counter slow Galaxy S9+ sales. However, sources do not believe that Samsung is influenced by Apple’s plans for the 2018 iPhone lineup, which is in stark contrast to the annual crop of similar rumors.
Finally, the sources. have also confirmed that Samsung commenced producting OLED panels for the Galaxy Note 9 in April. These claims fall in line with different reports that OLED production for the iPhone XS/iPhone XS’ display panels also started last month and will double in May.
Samsung’s Head Of Artificial Intelligence Gray G. Lee Confirms That The Company Will Launch Bixby 2.0 With The Galaxy Note 9; Upgrade Will Focus On Faster Response Times. And Improved Natural Language Processes
In today’s second bit of news for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, the company’s head of AI research Gray G. Lee has confirmed his company’s plans for an upgraded AI assistant with ‘an upcoming flagship smartphone launch.’
He was speaking at a press conference centered towards announcing details of Samsung’s plans for Artificial Intelligence. While Mr. Lee did not provide many specific details, he did share a general picture of what we should expect from Bixby 2.0.
According to him, Bixby 2.0 will iimprove over its predecessors in three different directions. These include faster response times, better noise reduction and improved natural language processes. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will not feature major design/aesthetic changes over its predecessors, with current information pointing towards an iterative upgrade.
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