The next-generation smartphone will retail in Europe for €799 for the basic S8, roughly £692, and the entry-level S8 will retail for €899, roughly £778.
That’s more expensive than its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, which went on-sale for £639 with 32GB of internal storage.
Otherwise not sure how many people share one phone together.
Bixby will not just be a Galaxy S8 exclusive, with Samsung confirming the service will soon be coming to its other connected products.
The company says it dreams of a future where you can control your air conditioner or TV through Bixby, which is located in the cloud.“Bixby is at the heart of our software and services evolution as a company,” Samsung says.“We are fundamentally and conceptually changing our attitude toward software and services and working hard on innovation throughout all aspects of our mobile ecosystem.”“With the continued investment from Samsung on artificial intelligence, the possibility of what Bixby can become is endless.”Bixby’s reveal is the latest in a series of high-profile stories as the Samsung Galaxy S8 release date comes ever closer.
My kids have their own tablets/phones so never checked kids mode myself, but I know it's there under Galaxy essentials on Samsung website.
Originally Posted by pete4k You can download kids mode from Samsung, which should give you what are you looking for.
Now it seems Samsung wants in on the game, as the company has today officially revealed its own smart assistant.