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Amazfit Expands Zepp Flow Voice Assistant with Version 1.4 and New Smartwatch Compatibility

Amazfit Expands Zepp Flow Voice Assistant with Version 1.4 and New Smartwatch Compatibility

Amazfit, a leading global smartwatch brand, has announced the release of Zepp Flow 1.4, a significant update to their AI-powered voice assistant. This update brings expanded language support, enhanced features, and compatibility with additional Amazfit smartwatch models.

A More Conversational and Capable Voice Assistant

Zepp Flow, introduced earlier this year with Zepp OS 3.5, has quickly become a popular feature for Amazfit users. This voice assistant uses natural language processing to understand and respond to voice commands, allowing users to interact with their smartwatches more easily.

With version 1.4, Zepp Flow has become even more adept at understanding and responding to natural language queries. This enhanced capability makes interactions with the smartwatch feel more like a conversation than simply issuing commands.

Wider Language Support and New Smartwatch Models

Initially, Zepp Flow was available only in English, with support for German, French, Italian, and Spanish rolling out later. Now, Amazfit has announced broader language support, including languages used in Asia-Pacific and Latin America. While this is a substantial expansion, it’s worth noting that Japan, Korea, and Brazil are not yet included in this rollout.

In addition to expanded language support, Zepp Flow 1.4 is also coming to a wider range of Amazfit smartwatches. This includes popular models like the Cheetah Pro, Cheetah (Round and Square), T-Rex Ultra, and Falcon. This expanded compatibility ensures that more users can take advantage of the convenience and functionality of Zepp Flow.

Enhanced Features and Future Plans

While the specific feature enhancements in Zepp Flow 1.4 have not been detailed, Amazfit has stated that the update will include improved notification replies and additional “skills” for Android users. Skills are essentially voice-activated functions that can be used to perform tasks like setting alarms, checking the weather, or controlling smart home devices.

Amazfit has also indicated that they are working on expanding Zepp Flow to even more countries and smartwatch models in the future. This suggests that the company is committed to making Zepp Flow a core feature of its smartwatch ecosystem.

The Rise of Voice Assistants in Smartwatches

The growing popularity of voice assistants in smartwatches reflects a broader trend in the tech industry towards more intuitive and natural user interfaces. Voice commands offer a hands-free way to interact with devices, which is particularly useful in situations where using a touchscreen is inconvenient or impractical.

Amazfit’s continued investment in Zepp Flow demonstrates the company’s commitment to staying at the forefront of this trend. By expanding language support, enhancing features, and bringing the assistant to more smartwatch models, Amazfit is making voice control more accessible and useful for its users.

What’s Next?

As of now, a specific release date for Zepp Flow 1.4 has not been announced. However, Amazfit has indicated that the update will be rolled out to compatible smartwatches “in the near future.”

Amazfit users can look forward to a more natural and conversational voice assistant experience with the release of Zepp Flow 1.4. The expanded language support and smartwatch compatibility will also make this innovative feature accessible to a wider audience.


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