LG has announced it is adding Google Assistant to its TV monitors in seven more territories.
The electronics giant launched TVs with the AI-tech in the United States earlier this year.
It is now adding the technology in the UK, Germany, France, Spain, Australia, Canada and South Korea, with support in up to five languages.
The Google Assistant will be available on all of LG’s webOS-based AI TVs in the new markets. Users will be able to ask Google Assistant as the centre of the smart home, offering access to numerous devices such as robot vacuum cleaners, thermostats, air purifiers and smart lighting.
Customers in English-speaking markets such as the United States, the UK, Australia and Canada can already connect Google Home devices to LG AI-enabled TVs to send voice commands directly from their smart speakers. This feature will become available to customers in France, Germany, Japan and South Korea by the end of 2018.