Nuance has announced that it signed a new agreement with Samsung in order to provide its T9 and XT9 predictive text input products to the South Korean company’s phones.
T9 and XT9 from Nuance allow customers to send texts and emails, and enter ULRs faster and easier via any kind of phone, including touchscreen, QWERTY and 12-key ones.
The T9 and XT9 have support for 80 languages and will be used by Samsung for its featurephones, as well as for its smartphones (running on Android, Windows Mobile, Symbian or the new bada OS).
“Our global consumers demand innovation in messaging, so anything we can do to make it faster and easier for them is a key dimension of our phone design strategy. This expanded relationship with Nuance ultimately enables our broad consumer base to send messages and emails in half the time, quickly enter URLs, and more, on any phone we bring to market,” declared Hyoungmoon No, vice president, R&D Planning Team, Samsung Electronics.
More info about Nuance’s preictive text input technologies can be found here.
Via Press release
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