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Samsung agrees to pre-install Sherpa Next on its new and future ships

Samsung again shows its support for Spanish talent and the search for a constant improvement in the user experience; this time, when announcing an agreement with Sherpa, the start-up founded by the Basque entrepreneur Xabi Uribe-Etxebarria, based on incorporating Sherpa Next in the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, as well as in future launches of the range.

The data has been provided by sources from the South Korean leader, also highlighting that the predictive search engine and personal assistant, which will have an exclusive version for Samsung adapted to the curved screen of the new Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, be available on Galaxy Apps and Google Play on The next weeks.

All Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 edge terminals that come with the new version of Sherpa Next pre-installed in the future will be able to enjoy a greater number of contents and more relevant, as the new App incorporates an even more powerful artificial intelligence system, The informants have illustrated.

In the same way, it has been known that this new version of Sherpa is based on the idea of ??an ideal personal assistant or assistant, that search and filter the most relevant information depending on the time of day and adapted to each of the users without Even having to search. In Sherpa Next much of the information reaches the user, using a much more visual format and in the form of cards that help you quickly distinguish what interests you most.

In addition, users of the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge can enjoy unique features with a version developed exclusively for this terminal.

However, regarding the new features of the application in question, it is worth mentioning that it has a new card-based design, new predictive algorithm, more information and of course, an exclusive version for the S6 edge that allows you to see notifications even if you have the mobile in sleep mode and showing them with different colors depending on the type.

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