Many have deemed the S Voice feature that will debut on Samsung’s Galaxy S3 smartphone to be the direct and immediate rival as that of the iPhone’s Siri, but it remains to be seen just how well S Voice will work, and how does it handle the accents of non-native English speakers? Well, it seems as though the S Voice from Samsung has just been leaked so that the masses who own Android-powered smartphones are able to give S Voice a go. Of course, it does not come with a blanket compatibility for all devices, but we do know that the Galaxy Nexus group of owners have come back with favorable reports. Assuming you do not own a device from the Galaxy range of smartphones and phablets, you will still need to mention “Hi Galaxy!” as the modern day equivalent of “Open Sesame!” in order for S Voice to boot up and heed your spoken instructions. If you want to try your luck at installing S Voice on your Android-powered device, then head on here.
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