Samsung’s smart speaker Galaxy Home Mini stands out with its smallness and portability, as well as an audio assistant that controls the home environment. The price of the device is quite low next to the smart speakers with voice assistant from other industry-leading brands.
The digital technology era, which started with the mind of our mobile phones, started to make our homes smart, especially in the last 10 years. Voice assistants on our smartphones have come into our homes with devices that have loudspeaker visibility.
Launched by the online shopping site Amazon in 2014, artificial intelligence supported and voice assistant named Alexa helped the environment to be much easier with the features it offers to its users. Realizing that the smart assistant product industry is open to the home, other technology giants followed Amazon in this direction.
Unfortunately, the popularity of the speakers has decreased. The speakers that are still on the market and continue to hold on to their shelves belong to the proven speaker series of brands that have proven themselves in this field. It is not easy for any company to enter and stand out in this sector.
In spite of this, South Korean technology giant Samsung is preparing to introduce its new smart speaker Galaxy Home Mini. The hope of Samsung’s new speaker Mini, which failed with its first smart speaker Galaxy Home, looks great.
As the name suggests, Galaxy Home Mini has a smaller structure than the speaker Galaxy Home, which appeared in August 2018 but has never been released.
Samsung, which cooperates with AKG in its new loudspeaker, has this device; offers smart home systems, Bixby voice assistant, infrared receiver and high quality sound to the user. The technology giant, which will launch its smart speaker Galaxy Home Mini in South Korea for the first time on February 12 (the day after the Unpacked 2020 Event), has determined 99,000 South Korean Won, which is equivalent to $ 83 in price.
Unfortunately, there is no information yet on whether the smart speaker will find itself on shelves in other countries.