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Galaxy S III Voice Recognition, Like No Other on the Market -

Galaxy S III Voice Recognition, Like No Other on the Market

Being a geek I tend to order Levitra take a lot to impress me when new technology comes to the table.  I’m typically skeptical as developers can get carried away with what they think the public wants and needs, especially when it comes to mobile devices. We’ve seen lot’s of ideas that look great on paper and in theory, but when it comes to using them, they’re just not that important or necessary for us.

After a few days with the new Samsung Galaxy S III I have order Paxil to say I’m loving a new feature that make this device one of, if not the most user friendly on the planet today.  The voice recognition feature is a fun new way to use your phone, and a feature I know I’ll never live without ever again.

Not having to use a finger to activate your phone is awesome.  I’m excited for this feature for when the bad weather comes back again.  I’m looking forward to not having to take my gloves on and off to activate my phone and check my messages.  And while on the beach this summer I won’t have to worry about my greasy sun tan lotion fingers making a mess of my phone.

With the simple voice command of “Hi Galaxy” the device instantly leaves sleep mode and is ready for you.  Best news is it doesn’t stop there, answer a call or take a photo with a simple voice command never having to use a finger.  I don’t know how I ever lived without this functionality get Naltrexone before!

Looking into my magic crystal technology prediction ball, I have a feeling that this is only the beginning of this form of hands free technology.  I’m guessing that we will start seeing voice commands become more common in not only mobile phones, but tablets as well.  I see voice recognition going even further, only recognizing the owner’s voice, ensuring security of your device.

This new leap in technology poses a good question.  What in your life would you like to have operated by voice?  Imagine coming into work and starting your computer each morning with a simple “Hi PC”, how about your automobile, the lighting in your home and even your toilet?

Leave a comment below and let us know what you think.

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  1. Hi Linz, I totally agree! Busy parents, working and on the go, this feature is going to be what sets the Galaxy SIII separate from the group. I know Apple tried something similar with Siri, however in my opinion it’s just a raw platform of the program with features that don’t always follow through or even do what you ask. Interesting to know that the Galaxy III has improved upon voice technology for those who don’t always want their fingers on their phone every moment.

    • Hi Jodi,

      Have you had a chance to demo the voice features of the SIII any more? Curious to know your thoughts :)

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  2. Kim Pike

    Picking up my new Samsung Galaxy SIII on Friday – very excited. My daughter purchased the Nexus a few months ago and loves her phone as well. Was a difficult decision not to go with Apple Iphone, but I don’t think I will regret it.

    • It’s been a few months since you got your Galaxy SIII. Are you still loving it? Since iPhone 5 is getting all the hype now, do you still stand behind your decision?

      • reviewing Tablets, I wish reveewir type devices doing practical tasks : Using hand writing take notes, Offcie software Word, Exel, PowerPoint, using PowerPoint a projecto presentations. a Tablet a PC replacement, need know devices practial office.

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