Although late, but Samsung eventually brought an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered virtual assistant Bixby in last year’s S series premium smartphones. At that time, Bixby was not a fully cooked product and the company allowed people to tinker with it, predominantly disable it. But with Bixby 2.0 -- which is an improved better version of its predecessor, Samsung seems to be forcing people to use the assistant in the Galaxy Note 9 phablet. The Bixby 2.0 on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 can’t be fully disabled.
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