In a short advertisement, Samsung shows off Google Assistant on the Galaxy Watch 4 {Gallery}.

Though Google has stated that it has nothing to offer at this time regarding the upgrade, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 has been confirmed to receive the ability to use Google Assistant natively for some time. However, a full 15-second video advertisement for the Galaxy Watch 4 featuring Google Assistant has leaked from one of Samsung’s YouTube channels.

A recent early software update for the Galaxy Watch 4 noted that Google Assistant support would be added to the device. Users would be able to enable Hey Google detection with this new feature for simple access to Google’s virtual assistant. Since then, Verizon’s update has been scrapped, and Google has emphasized that the functionality is not at all prepared for distribution.

A recent Samsung advertisement was discovered by an Reddit user on the company’s YouTube channel in Spain. A man may be seen playing YouTube music on his watch in the new advertisement, but he isn’t utilizing Bixby. In the advertisement, the user tells Google Assistant to play music as he leaves the house by saying, “Hey Google.”

The crucial aspect is that Google Assistant is a big feature in the campaign, even though the ad is only 15 seconds long and only features Google Assistant on the Galaxy Watch 4 for around three seconds of that time. Despite Google’s claims that the upgrade isn’t ready, it is quite evident that the inclusion of its virtual assistant is almost entirely complete.

In reality, Samsung has launched this advertisement outside of Spain in a number of other nations, which suggests that Google Assistant will soon be available to millions of people worldwide. The release date of some of the other advertisements that have escaped notice is intriguing. A few of these recently published ads were uploaded on March 10, more than a month before Google quashed reports of a change.

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