However, according to Edison Investment Research analyst Richard Windsor (via The Register), a 2014 patent-sharing settlement with Google prevent the company from offering services that compete with Google’s own.
Because Google already equips Android with the Google Assistant, this could mean it is unable to use Viv to differentiate itself in the market. Related to this claim, the company has not yet responded. They must be preparing the best planning related with this software and also everything about Samsung Galaxy S8 software. We can see that Android Central has been playing with the Android 7.0 Nougat beta on the predecessor of the S8 and reveals a few changes we will see in the Galaxy S8: a new, lighter UI, resolution scaling for a 4K display, more intelligent UI, more control over performance and battery, and the ability to search for any part of the UI. There is one more rumor we’ve been heard so far saying that Samsung Galaxy S8 might dual-boot Android and Windows, although we think it unlikely. Anyway, we just can hope that the company will equip the S8 with many more worth software to make it smarter. Read more the guide.