After the battery explosion saga, which plagued the release of Samsung Note 7, the South Korean tech company is planning a comeback with Galaxy S8.
Samsung is determined to still maintain the lead in the smart phone business. The smartphone maker said on Sunday that the new device will come with artificial intelligence digital assistant service.
The company, in October, said it would acquire Viv Labs Inc, a firm run by a co-creator of Apples Inc’s Siri Voice assistant program. The new technology will expand its voice-assistant services to incorporate home appliances and wearable technology devices.
Investors and analysts have said that for Samsung to win back the trust of customers, and revive its earnings, the new device must be strong.