The Consumer Electronics Show 2018 might not be the place where Samsung will be showing off the Galaxy S9 and S9+, but that doesn't mean Samsung has come to the show empty handed. Aside from the 146-inch MicroLED TV and a few closed door QLED models which the company unveiled earlier at the show, they have now also showcased something which the Galaxy S9 and S9+ will be able to do via Bixby.
All you will need to do is point your camera at an individual food item and Bixby will analyze the image to determine a rough estimate of the calorie count on it. This data will then be included in the Samsung Health app to determine data such as how many calories you are consuming and how much of it you are burning. While this could be very helpful, don't expect the analysis to be accurate, especially since this Bixby feature is still in its experimental stage.
Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)