iPhone 4S Siri Make Way For Samsung Galaxy S III S Voice
A couple of hours ago, Samsung unveiled their latest successor of Samsung Galaxy S II which is now known and named as Samsung Galaxy S III. And one of the best feature of Samsung Galaxy S III is its S Voice that somehow you would think of Android’s version of iPhone 4S Siri – but it’s more than that. A feature that let’s you talk with your smartphone is not something extra-ordinary or new nowadays. But it was one of the main reasons why people went on buying the recent released iPhone 4S, it is because of Siri.
Since the birth of Siri from Apple’s iPhone 4S which was launched late last year, it became so popular to almost all of the tech-consumer because they felt that it will be cool if you have a smartphone that can respond back to whatever you’ll have to say. It was made to let you send messages, schedule meetings, setting alarms, place a voice call and more by just talking to it. But with Samsung Galaxy S III S Voice, you can do even more than what Siri does. One of which is that you can launch any apps within the smartphone and even combine the Face Unlock features with S Voice instead of encoding your PIN or patter lock. Also with S Voice, you can tell unto your smartphone to play, skip, pause or rewind the music that you are currently playing and I mean literally “tell”. Samsung Galaxy S III will recognize your voice and will do as told.
Here is an example of a test made by Phil of Android Central during the prestigious Samsung Mobile Unpacked 2012. And for him the S Voice feature passes his standard, why? Well, it’s all about the “woodchuck”. Watch it and you will surely find out!