Last month, alongside with launching the Honor Magic 2 smartphone, the China-based tech giant Huawei also launched its new AI-based smart voice assistant — YOYO.
Now, the manufacturer is expanding the lineup of devices running its YOYO voice assistant and is presently all set to release YOYO-powered smart speakers. Huawei has scheduled a release occasion on 26th December in China where it will launch Honor YOYO Smart Speaker.
YOYO, the AI-based smart voice assistant can carry out a wide range of functions just through voice commands. It supports features this sort of as AI Driving, Translation, Shopping, and knowledge recognition. This is the exact smart assistant that is powering the Honor FlyPods Pro.
It In addition supports in-call live voice translation, a function same to Google Duplex. During the Magic 2 release, Honor showed a video of the YOYO voice assistant making a hotel reservation for its owner. The manufacturer also touted that the smart voice assistant will In addition be capable to control DJI drones through voice commands. In a live demonstration, Honor’s CEO used his voice to ask the drone to take off, take a picture of him, and moreover land.
Whereas we have idea the capabilities of Honor’s YOYO smart voice assistant, it is not yet crystal clear if the up coming smart speaker from the manufacturer will support all the attributes. There’s moreover no reports related to the Honor YOYO Smart Speaker apart from its release date.
So, to have idea something regarding this smart speaker from the China-based Huawei‘s sub-brand Honor, we’ll have for the formal launch, what is just a week away.