Currently, Microsoft has removed the emotional model from Bing Chat, making it a cold and unemotional chatbot. It is unlikely that Microsoft plans to restore this model in the short term because potential problems with it have yet to be resolved.
However, Microsoft is still pushing for wider coverage of the Bing Chatbot, including opening it up to more users and preparing a mobile version for use in the Bing App.
Currently, users can only access Bing Chat on their PC using Microsoft Edge, which is very inconvenient, so integrating the chatbot into the Bing App is necessary.
Some users have already discovered that Microsoft is quietly testing a mobile version of Bing Chat, but it does not seem to be officially launched yet, so users can see the interface but cannot use it. Interestingly, there is a large microphone button below, which should provide voice input functionality.
In fact, the PC version of Bing Chat also has a voice input button, but it is not displayed in the foreground. After enabling voice input, users can directly communicate with Bing Chat through speech, and Bing Chat can read out the answers in response.