Samsung and Google collaborated on their smart home platforms for quite a while now. At Samsung's Developer Conference, the tech giants have brought a new multi-admin feature for smart home devices with their partnership.
This implies the ability to configure a Matter-compatible device on SmartThings as well as on Google Home apps with the assistance of several Samsung mobiles and tablets. After just a couple of days following the launch of Matter 1.0, this partnership promises a certification program for the reputed smart home devices, inclusive of the present and the upcoming products.
It was back in 2014 that Samsung had acquired $200 million, with which came a much wider support for connected home devices.
Turning to January of last year, the SmartThings support was brought to Google Nest devices, and the present modifications are essentially a better version of it. In the San Francisco event, Samsung outlined its "Calm Techology", informing that users "can save time on setup and get right into the experience."