100 million devices sold with its Alexa smart assistant built

100 million devices sold with its Alexa smart assistant built

Along with Android smartphones, Google is also selling more devices that support Assistant. And it has worked pretty well for Google. How did Google beat Amazon to this number?

For a little perspective, Google says that Google Assistant was available on just 400 million devices this time a year ago, so it has seen a significant amount of growth since then. To further expand the reach of the Assistant, Google says it wants to target feature phones next.

The company expects Assistant to be available on one billion devices by the end of this month. Google said it predicts that Google Assistant will be available on one billion devices in a few weeks, which is up from 500 million devices in May 2018. As well as many other features, and it also launched in many more countries in the past year.

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The biggest makers of voice command-powered devices are jockeying for prominence at CES this week, with Google and Amazon both using eye-popping numbers to tour their scale to the world.

On paper, 1 billion devices looks like a huge win for the search giant, which has been racing to catch up to Amazon's Alexa over the last two years.

A year ago during CES 2018, Samsung made the headlines by announcing its 146-inch LED TV called "The Wall". Google Assistant vice president Manuel Bronstein, though, told The Verge what's behind that massive expansion, and it's exactly what you think. This is mostly in emerging markets like Africa and India, but they are still being sold. There's no touchscreen and there is no physical keyboard available, so texting on a T9 keyboard can be very cumbersome and hard. Now, Google can develop new Google Assistant voices in a shorter timeframe, and improve pitch, pace, and pauses for more human-like conversations.

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