Google’s artificial intelligence-powered digital assistant is now rolling out to Sony’s Android TV models. A new software update has been released for the TVs today which brings Google Assistant. The update has been released for all of Sony’s 4K HDR sets that are powered by Android TV. Google Assistant is now available on all of Sony’s 2017 models and select 2016 models as well.

The company has confirmed that the 2016 models of its XBR – Z9D, XBR – X800D, X BR – X750/X700D television sets are receiving this update. All 2017 models are supported and they will get the full Google Assistant experience once this update has been downloaded and installed.

Sony’s television sets aren’t the first devices powered by Android TV to get Google Assistant. The digital assistant has already been released for the NVIDIA Shield TV. The smart assistant was rolled out for that device also via a software update that was released in September.

Those who own a supported Sony Android TV model can now take advantage of the full power of Google Assistant. They can use it to control smart devices, their TV sets, and even take advantage of Google Search by simply speaking into the microphone that’s in their remote.

The update is rolling out now and should be out for all users soon.

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