Samsung India Launches Bixby Cricket In India: Here's What Its Does


Samsung India is raising the game for cricket fans with new Bixby features, making it easier than ever to keep up with the sport’s latest scores and schedules.

What to know? This update transforms Bixby from a simple voice assistant into a dynamic AI platform, integrating it across Samsung devices, wearables, and appliances. With Bixby Cricket, powered by Sportskeeda, users can now stay connected to cricket matches and tournaments effortlessly.

Imagine being able to get live scores, find out the World Cup points table, or check upcoming match schedules just by asking your Samsung TV or smartphone. That’s the convenience Bixby Cricket brings. And the best part? Existing users don’t need to install anything new to access these features.

Catering to a cricket crowd: Samsung understands that cricket in India is more than just a game; it’s a passion. And with big tournaments happening or on the horizon, Bixby Cricket is set to enhance fans’ experience. Whether you’re driving, working, or even cooking, you can stay updated with the latest cricket action just by using your voice.

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Balaji Hariharan, Senior Director at Samsung Research Institute, Bangalore, emphasizes how Bixby Cricket aligns with Samsung’s commitment to the Indian market and the startup ecosystem. Ajay Pratap Singh, CEO of Sportskeeda, also expresses excitement about this collaboration, offering Samsung users unparalleled sports coverage.

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Moreover, Bixby’s upgrade to Indian English since May 2021 has made the user experience even more relevant and personalized for Indian consumers, recognizing local names, places, and content more effectively.

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