LG has announced new intelligent voice recognition assistant service dubbed as Quick Voice.
LG has launched a voice-driven virtual assistant, called Quick Voice, for its Optimus phones. It is yet another rival service to the Apple Siri virtual assistant. LG Quick Voice is the 'intelligent voice recognition software meant for the Android OS based Optimus series smartphones - Optimus Vu and Optimus LTE II, and is expected to launch in June and July.
This new intelligent voice recognition software service will be made available for the upcoming Optimus family smartphones. The Quick Voice service will be able to let the user interact using voice commands for voice calls, text, contacts, alarms, calendar and eleven other applications. Of course, those apps include weather, maps, stocks, and even web search.
The natural language processing driven services and applications are on rise in the recent months. After Apple introduced the virtual assistant that involves natural language processor, several similar services are on rise. Recently Samsung introduced similar voice driven assistant dubbed as the S-Voice with the Galaxy S III smartphone. Now the only player left is HTC and it will not be a surprise if that company too launches a virtual assistant.
Infact, Google itself is reportedly working on a natural language processing assistant dubbed as Assistant aka Project Majel. This service is expected to be unveiled next month at the Google I/O conference.
While Flex 2 has a true curved body, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge brings unique edge display to the table.
Like its predecessor, it has a curved body with a self-healing back panel.
With this new handset, LG must be hoping to attract the buyers of low cost smartphones.
The LG L Bello comes with rear keys like recent high end LG smartphones.
LG has reduced price of G3 by Rs 5,000 while LG L60 is now costs Rs 7,300, L70 at Rs 10,499 and F70 to carry a price tag of Rs 13,499.
It comes with the many features of LG G3 including the design and Laser focus for camera.
LG G3 Beat is listed at the Infibeam E-commerce website for Rs 24,999 featuring 5-inch Full HD display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 mobile chipset and hopefully, 4G LTE network support.
LG's upcoming L60 Dual smartphone with 4.3-inch display and Android 4.4.2 KitKat is listed online for Rs 7,990.
LG has announced the new Android 4.4.2 KitKat based L Series smartphones - Bello and Fino, aimed at selfie obsessed users.
LG has announced a new G3 A smartphone with 5.2-inch full HD display, powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor and runs Android 4.4 KitKat.