Alexa Voice Service Expands to Brazilian Portuguese, with Devices from Intelbras, Bose, Sony, and LG
Satish Kumar Oct 03, 2019
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Starting October 8, we are expanding Alexa Voice Service capabilities by bringing the Portuguese language to customers across Brazil. Customers can ask Alexa for the weather, get new food recipes, control smart home devices, listen to music, hear the news, and more – hands-free. Device makers can now access the new Brazilian Portuguese language models using AVS APIs, adding support for another language to their Alexa Built-in products.

Alexa Built-In Products Expanding to Brazil

We’re thrilled about the device makers that have announced plans to bring Portuguese to their products in Brazil, including:

Intelbras: Intelbras is launching Alexa into its Izy Speak! and Izy Speak! mini smart speakers. 

Bose: Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 and Bose Home Speaker 300 will now support Brazilian Portuguese.

Sony: Sony customers in Brazil are now able to use Amazon Alexa in the latest headphones. With forthcoming software updates, customers will also be able to use Amazon Alexa on its newest 2019 TVs.

LG: LG Electronics is adding Alexa support to over 30 LG TVs, including its OLED and NanoCell models.

Device makers can learn more about AVS, design best practices, and available development tools on the AVS Developer Portal here. For more information on products with Alexa Built-in available in Brazil, visit here.