Latest Samsung Galaxy S II commercial: still Voice Talk but in a more realistic setting

Posted:  April 22, 2011   By:    7 comments   


Here’s the latest Samsung Galaxy S II commercial. It’s nothing groundbreaking or particularly exciting to watch but the ad does showcase how the phone’s Voice Talk feature can be applied in a more realistic day-to-day scenario — in this case, it’s texting while driving.

Although, it’ll be at least another month before the Galaxy S II comes to Malaysia, you can have the Voice Talk feature now. All you need to do is download Vlingo from the Android Market. The app works for iOS devices too.

Enjoy.

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7 Comments for Latest Samsung Galaxy S II commercial: still Voice Talk but in a more realistic setting

am4ro

is voice talk use internet connection??, if not! cause it look of it is really good when voice use to make instant message.
but..if yes!
is lame and crap it usage only with internet connection. cause i had install an like app "voice talk" in my android that usage a internet connection. if i out of usage i no longer use it voice talk until the next cycle month.

    soyacincau

    To use Vlingo — the app that Samsung's Voice Talk is based on — you'll need a data connection. This is because the voice recognition processing is done over the air.

goh

well, if u really want a real voice recognition in yr phone, keep dreaming.

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Pankaj Arya

That is just amazing tasks this phone is doing , if it possible in real too , then samsung galaxy is a great phone.

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