Google Assistant soon available for all Android 6.0 Marshmallow and more [Exclusive Guide]
Google Wizard, the voice assistant with artificial intelligence, will be made available to all on the Marshmallow 6.0 Android smartphones and more today. Google took advantage of the Mobile World Congress 2017 and the conference LG to announce it, arriving on the LG G6 assistant this year.
the assistant personal cell phones for several years have a huge war between manufacturers. But last year, a particular pawn for been claimed by Google for Google Now before.
Of course it’s Google Wizard, my voice assistant doped to artificial intelligence to have natural conversations with its users. Today reserved for the Google Pixel, it is becoming more global.
Google Wizard for all on Android 6.0 Marshmallow and more
update 13: 00 : the announcement is official
indeed, an American by the name of David Ruddock colleague working for the Android Police site and present at the Mobile World Congress 2017, said he had heard from a more massive of the service deployment this morning:
What if I told you Google will announce the launch of Wizard for all Android 6.0 + devices today?
– David Ruddock (@RDR0b11) February 26, 2017
according to him, the virtual assistant Google would be deployed to all Android Marshmallow 6.0 devices and more today, or at least the announcement would be made today.
Following conversations with my Twitter followers, he suggests that deployment of Google Android TV 6.0 + Assistant, announced with the Shield TV , was only the harbinger of this direction at the American developer.
And it was indeed the case: Google took advantage of the official presentation of the G6 LG to announce the arrival of Google Wizard on all phones with Android 6.0 Marshmallow and more, with a few ‘limitations’ however.
Indeed, you need to own at least 1.5 GB of RAM and a screen 720 p to enjoy… so say that virtually all active phones are currently compatible. But there’s a catch: the wizard remains limited to English and German for the moment, with new languages announced “during the year”.