Fitbit Versa 3 and Fitbit Sense getting Google Assistant integration in 2020

Google Assistant voice control is coming to Fitbits very soon

Google Assistant voice control is coming to Fitbits very soon

San Francisco, Oct 16 (IANS) Google Assistant is now available on new Samsung smart TVs in the U.S. and would roll out to more countries soon.

Apart from smartphones, Google Assistant is available across various other devices.

You can make use of Google Assistant to search for your favorite content, know about the weather, latest news, match score, and whatnot. Samsung's support page details more voice commands you can try out. The list of TV models that are getting the voice control support includes 8K and 4K QLED TV models, the 2020 Crystal UHD TV, the 2020 Frame and Serif TV models, and lastly, the 2020 Sero and Terrace TVs.

Once added to the televisions via a software update, and linked to Google using the Google Assistant smartphone app, the voice butler is summoned with a press of the microphone button of the remote control. More countries will join soon.

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"Coming this winter, Google Assistant on the new Fitbit Sense and Fitbit Versa 3 smartwatches brings more convenience to your wrist, making it easy to start a Fitbit Exercise", Google informed on Thursday. We haven't tested Assistant support on either the Fitbits or the Samsung TVs yet, but it could make them more useful and intuitive. The integration with Fitbit smartwatches will be coming this winter. Post installing an OTA update, users can enable Assistant on their Samsung TV by going to Settings.

The ability to control physical activities implies the Google Assistant will have a deeper level of integration with the Fitbit Sense and Fitbit Versa 3 smartwatches.

Google is expected to receive the go-ahead from the European Commission to take over Fitbit by December, according to people familiar with the matter.

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