Samsung is reported to be developing a newline of fitness and sports wearables under the name of Galaxy Sport. The device carries SM-R500 as its model number. This Galaxy Sport wearables, codenamed as “Pulse” are presumed to be equipped with Bixby, Samsung’s very own virtual assistant.
Not a lot is known about this product so far, but this wearable is expected to have 4GB ROM (Internal Storage). Bixby Reminder will also be supported on this device. It has not been long since the start of the project but the company is hell bent to release the product right next to Galaxy S10 this year. It would not be a surprise to get a glimpse of these products in Barcelona at MWC 2019.
Few months ago, Samsung released its Galaxy Watch back in August last year. This was enough to suggest that the new line of wearables will carry the name Galaxy. Galaxy Watch is also expected to get the support for Samsung’s very own virtual assistant, Bixby. This major step forward in the world of wearables is not expected to take long before seeing the light of the day. This is not surprising at all in any way knowing the fact that Samsung has already announced that every product to carry the name of Samsung will be equipped with Bixby by the year 2020.
Unless the Galaxy Watch gets Bixby before the launch of Galaxy Sport, there’s a very little chance any other wearable can beat the Galaxy Sport from being the first ever wearable with a virtual assistant.
In November last year in South Korean capital, Samsung gave away some interesting details about its forthcoming Bixby overhaul during the Bixby Developer Day. The new and completely updated Bixby is expected to come with The Galaxy F, a much-anticipated foldable smartphone.
The head of Samsung’s Artificial Intelligence department Eui-Suk Chung verified this news in one of her statements. He refrained from providing any names for this updated version of AI. He assured that the next decade will see a huge step forward in the field of AI.