- Galaxy Home complements your space, no matter where you place it.
- With Bixby, Galaxy Home delivers a personalized experience.
- AI speaker that intuitively moves a wave of sound directly toward you.
- Is your home smarter, but also your everyday is made easier.
- With a built-in SmartThings hub, is able to automatically sync with your devices.
Galaxy Home is designed to deliver surround sound-level audio
Samsung announced its first entry into the smart speaker arena, with the introduction of Galaxy Home. It features six built-in speakers and a subwoofer. It also has eight far-field microphones for detecting voice input.
Apart from that, there just isn't a lot of information available Samsung did confirm, however, that Galaxy Home will double as a Samsung SmartThings hub for smart home control. That will see it rival other smart speaker devices that have found a niche in controlling the wide range of smart home devices out there.
Control over a wide range
The Amazon Echo and Google Home both offer control over a wide range of different platforms (including SmartThings), meaning voice control for lights, heating, cameras and a whole lot more. Galaxy Home is designed to deliver surround sound-level audio. It features six built-in speakers and a subwoofer. It also has eight far-field microphones for detecting voice input. Apart from that, there just isn't a lot of information available.
Features Galaxy Home
There's no escaping the fact that Galaxy Home looks like a Google Home or Apple HomePod, but with legs. It has a texturised fabric cover in black and three silver spikes coming out the bottom. But it's supposedly on the heavier side, so it shouldn't tip over too easily. You'll notice it has rubberised buttons, indicator lights in the form of a subtle grey ring at the top (not unlike Echo), and even the AKG logo glows.