Samsung’s upcoming S8 smartphone is one of the most anticipated smartphones of 2017.
In a recent post on the company’s blog, Samsung announced a new feature for users to translate their smartphone’s voice search and search bar to the new Google Assistant app.
It’s called Siri translate.
As Samsung describes it, Siri translate will translate your device’s voice and text into Google Assistant’s native English, French, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Russian, Arabic, Turkish, Chinese, and Japanese.
The feature will be available in the Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+, S8 Pro, S9, S10, S11, S12, S15, and S17.
The app will work with the S8 and S8 Plus.
The announcement was made last week.
The launch of Google Assistant is just the latest of many announcements that Google has made in recent months.
The company recently announced it is working on a unified search experience for Android and iOS devices.
The search giant recently announced that it is launching a new Android app for developers to allow them to create new apps for the Google Play Store.
In June, Google announced a partnership with Apple that will allow developers to make their apps available on the Apple App Store, Google Play, and iOS App Store.
The two companies will also be working on an “integrated search experience” for Android phones and tablets, with Android and Google Assistant apps integrated on the devices.
In December, Google and Samsung announced the first-ever collaboration between the two companies.
This partnership is the result of Google working with Samsung to integrate Google Assistant on Android smartphones and tablets.
Samsung and Google will be releasing Android handsets with the unified search and voice search features as soon as September of next year.
In April, Samsung unveiled the S7 and S7 Edge, the first smartphones with the new feature.
Samsung has said the new voice search feature will bring its smartphone lineup to a near-universal audience.
The S7, S7 Plus, and Note 8 will be the first devices to use Google Assistant.