With the world coming closer, the language barrier is being tackled with the help of real-time translators in daily life. Hence, many third-party apps are offering such translation services but, to be frank, they aren’t reliable. Therefore, the release of Galaxy S9 series was much awaited as the Samsung’s own virtual assistant Bixby in it, which was already present in S8, was getting a new power called ‘Real-time Translation’. So, for all those who heard the news and are trying to figure out, how to use Bixby to translate languages on Galaxy S9/S9 Plus, we have prepared the guide for you.

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The Google translate powered, Bixby Vision is going to change the game of translation. As with its real-time translation ability, the Bixby Vision on the Galaxy S9 will simply recognize the text and translate it to another language. Let’s see how it works!

How To Use Bixby To Translate Languages on Galaxy S9

How to Translate Languages in Real Time Using Bixby Vision on Galaxy S9/S9 Plus

In Samsung Galaxy 8 and 8+, Bixby did translated text using the camera feature, but it took so long to translate that people switched to Google Translate rather and get the translation done. Thanks to some key improvements in Bixby Vision in Galaxy S9, translating text has become very simple and hassle-free with no taps and selections.

Step #1. Bixby Vision is integrated with the camera app that comes pre-installed in your Galaxy S9 or S9+. Hence. To begin, open your camera app.

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Step #2. Tap “Bixby Vision” in the bottom- left corner of the camera screen

Step #3. Point your camera at the word or phrase you want to translate.

Step #4. Keep your phone steady for a few seconds until few options like “Text,” “Image,” and “Shopping are displayed on the screen

Step #5. Select “Text,” and then the words should translate to English instantly.

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Wrapping up

Bixby’s smart and quick real-time translation is like a smart buddy for those who travel a lot. As its smart ability provides Galaxy S9 users, the freedom from fear of decoding menus while ordering food or figuring out signs especially during the foreign trips. So, what do you think about this new improvement in Bixby? Did you try this feature on your brand new Galaxy S9 using this guide or not? If yes, then please share your valuable reviews in the comment section below or on our Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.