It does seem as though plenty of people want to jump aboard the voice command and recognition bandwagon these days. Apple got the ball rolling with their Siri first, and Samsung’s most recent Galaxy S3 smartphone delivered S Voice which performed rather admirably under independent testing. Well, LG has not always been one of the most advanced smartphone companies around, but that does not mean they are not in with a shout. Their latest release is the LG Quick Voice, where it intends to challenge the space that is currently occupied by Siri and S Voice.
Quick Voice is what LG calls it in South Korea, and it should be a name that would stick even in international markets, where it will perform similar functions to what Siri and S Voice do. Heck, LG’s claims that their Quick Voice is even capable of matching some of Siri’s new features including booting apps up. Apart from that, you can use Quick Voice to send text messages, make phones call, set alarms, check out your stock prices, as well as perform general searches over the Internet. I wonder whether other smartphone manufacturers will continue with their own voice recognition programs…
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