There’s no doubt about it: Apple’s Siri is a feature that many want on their smartphones. Samsung knows this, that’s why it introduced a similar technology (called S Voice) with the new Galaxy S III. And LG knows this, too, as the South Korean company has just announced “Quick Voice”, which – you’ve guessed it – is its own take on Siri and S Voice.
Quick Voice will allow LG Android phone users to interact with their device by voice only – making calls, emailing, searching maps, searching the web and so on.
LG’s Quick Voice will be available to South Korean Optimus phone owners starting late June (not all Optimus models will support it). For the moment, there’s no word on when the new feature will be released in other markets.
Via Press release
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