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Samsung Galaxy Home isn't dead, launch inching closer| Report

08 May 2019 3

Back in August last year, the South Korean giant wraps off the cover from Galaxy Home alongside the flagship Galaxy Note 9. At the launch event, the company stated the device will be released later but even after nine months the company yet to release it. Due to delayed release, the rumors start swirling the company may discontinue the Galaxy Home speakers.

In the last nine months, we haven't seen any improvements from Samsung in the Bixby capabilities that's why fans are quite eager to know about its release. The Galaxy Home is the company's first Bixby AI-powered speakers that's why the hype is quite high. Today an exclusive report from SAMobile confirmed the Galaxy Home isn't dead instead the company is gearing to release it soon.

According to the report the company is currently finalizing the Galaxy Home companion app. The app will help the users to setup the Galaxy Home. The device won't be a cheap smart speaker instead of the company specially tuned the speakers for the top-notch audio experience. It not only has powerful speakers but also features subwoofer for a great bass. Another good thing is directional speakers will be AKG-tuned for the great audio experience overall.

The good thing is Galaxy Home speaker will also have support for Samsung's Smart home which means you can also interact with other Samsung smart home products via audio commands. A couple of months ago Samsung CEO DJ Koh stated the Galaxy Home will release in April this year. However, the promise isn't fulfilled but from the look of the things, the official release seems around the corner.

Are you amongst those who are waiting eagerly for the Galaxy Home release or not? Do share your thoughts with fellow readers in the comments section below. Stay tuned.


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Samsung Galaxy Home isn't dead, launch inching closer| Report
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MarkJosh
MarkJosh

Honestly, I had totally forgotten about the Galaxy Home. Had gone into oblivion. But it's a bright ray of hope for the device to make its way up to the customers.

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