Notwithstanding an absence of recognition, Samsung’s Bixby has extended to a considerable amount of the organization’s Android cell phones. Presently, it gives the idea that a few gadgets may lose access to Bixby Voice as Samsung apparently closes support for older Android versions.
As per a report from SamMobile, Bixby Voice support may never again incorporate two older Android versions. Obviously, Samsung is intending to end support for Voice on both Android Nougat and Android Oreo.
Now, Samsung has just upgraded a decent portion of its gadgets to Pie, and Android 10 is directly around the corner, as well. In any case, a few clients pick to remain on older renditions, don’t have a clue how to update, or have gadgets stuck on these older versions of the platform. Fortunately, this doesn’t seem, by all accounts, to be influencing all gadgets on these older platforms.
SamMobile says that the Galaxy S9 and S9+, S8, S8+, and S8 Active, as well as the Galaxy Note 8 and A9 2018, would be the only gadgets influenced. Android Pie is as of now accessible for these models, so as long as clients update before January 1, 2020, they’ll hold access to Bixby Voice. Clearly, the decision to block the older version is to drive clients toward the updated Bixby Voice that appeared on Note 9.