Samsung is reported of planning a cheaper version of its Galaxy Home smart speaker; powered by its voice assistant Bixby.
As the specifications of the new speaker are still unknown; it is presumed to have fewer of the features of the main Galaxy Home that Samsung announced in August.
The main Galaxy Home which is yet to hit the market; could compete with Apple HomePod, which retails for $349, the mini Bixby-powered speaker could take on Google Home and Amazon Echo which are available for less than $200.
The premium Galaxy Home, which was showcased in the US during the flagship Galaxy Note 9 launch, is likely to feature eight microphones. Elevated by three stout metal legs, the main Galaxy Home looks like a mini space capsule, wrapped in black fabric with a flat top housing touch-enabled control buttons.
The three metal legs; helps ensure the device can be kept anywhere at home – even in a cozy corner on the floor – while other smart speakers do need a desk or tabletop.

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The three metal legs ensure the device can be kept anywhere at home – even in a cozy corner on the floor – while other smart speakers do need a desk or tabletop.

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