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is there is any mobile whichc support voice search and voice typing

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yes android phones and iphone, ipad, good quality samsung phones support voice typing and search.........even MTS, Spice do support voice enable search............
Posted: 08-11-2012 @ 19:42:47
Yeah android cell support these systems
Posted: 07-11-2012 @ 22:15:45
Phone with os android 4.1 jelly bean
Posted: 06-11-2012 @ 15:25:31
A best Mobile which Support Voice search voice typing is Micromax A50 . Micromax Launched many Low budget Phone With High features and Micromax A50 Is Best And Budget Phone For You . Its Also Have a special Feature Called AISHA. With The Help of AISHA You can Update Your Facebook Status By Speaking, You Can Call any of your Contact By Speaking There Name To AISHA. You Ask Any Question Related To Any Thing Aisha Will Give The Answer By Speaking And Writing. With This Phone You Also Get The Features Like GPS, WIFI , 3G, BLUETOOTH, DUEL SIM, AND The OS ANDROID 2.3.6 With 645gzh Processor . And The Best Thing Is That You Get A Fully Features Phone Only The Price Of Rs 4800. Go For It It Is Best Phone For You.
Posted: 01-11-2012 @ 11:40:52
Android Operating System 2.3 or above support voice search and voice typing The email experience is one of the best in the game: it can sync contacts, calendars and tasks with Gmail through Activesync (though it doesn’t do Gmail labels well), and of course its Hotmail integration is perfect. The email UI is austere but very usable, from its conversations layout to the fantastic keyboard. Windows Phone has the best keyboard behind iOS, period. Even though I’m a big fan of the Galaxy Nexus’ Ice Cream Sandwich keyboard, it too can sometimes slow down with longer emails; the Lumia 710 not only keeps up with my frantic fingers, but WP7′s autocorrect is usually more accurate than any other OS. Office for Windows Phone is also comes standard, providing Word, Excel, Powerpoint and OneNote functionality out of the box. Though the feature set is not as comprehensive as on the desktop version, all files are automatically saved and uploaded to Skydrive, and since the software is free, for those already entwined in the Microsoft Office ecosystem the solution can’t be beat. If you’re a gamer, the platform’s Xbox Live integration will sync your gaming achievements, badges and avatar with the console, and maintains each game’s state in its portal. Your multiplayer matches are consolidated in the Requests tab, too, so you’ll have an easy time remembering to complete that game of Word Feud.
Posted: 18-10-2012 @ 12:50:30
Samsung s3 both feature available high cost. E series nokia smartphones voice search only.
Posted: 11-10-2012 @ 11:53:33
or above support voice search and voice typing The email experience is one of the best in the game: it can sync contacts, calendars and tasks with Gmail through Activesync (thoughit doesn’t do Gmail labels well), and ofcourse its Hotmail integration is perfect. The email UI is austere but very usable, from its conversations layout to the fantastic keyboard. Windows Phone has the best keyboardbehind iOS, period. Even though I’m a big fan of the Galaxy Nexus’ Ice Cream Sandwich keyboard, it too can sometimes slow down with longer emails; the Lumia 710 not only keeps up with my frantic fingers, but WP7′s autocorrect is usually more accurate than any other OS. Office for WindowsPhone is also comes standard, providing Word, Excel, Powerpoint andOneNote functionality out of the box. Though the feature set is not as comprehensive as on the desktop version, all files are automatically saved and uploaded to Skydrive, and since the software is free, for those already entwined in the Microsoft Office ecosystem the solution can’t bebeat. If you’re a gamer, the platform’s Xbox Live integration will sync your gaming achievements, badges and avatar with the console, and maintains each game’s state in itsportal. Your multiplayer matches are consolidated in the Requests tab, too, so you’ll have an easy time remembering to complete that game of Word Feud.you have to mention any brand or your budget in which you want to buy because today in most of the Android Smart phones come with Voice search.But if your budget is high enough then go for I phone 4s which is bundled with "Siri" technology which specially bundled in iphone 4 s for only voice search and voice typing. For voice search and typing HTC Sensation XL isalso good because it comes with world's toppest audio company with Beats. It is best for Audio and Voice search.
Posted: 10-10-2012 @ 18:40:12
here are a lot of mobiles that support the voice search / Voice type feature that is available in the market right now. As listed in few of the answers above all android phones have this feature, this comes pre installed in few of the phones, but in those that do not have this you have an option to install this app from the android market. Just search for voice search in the market and there is an app from googel. Install this and you will see a mic button on the keypad (for typing) and on the search widget (for search). All you have to do is click on this mic button and then a scree pops up, say what you want to type ans search, the app will record you message send it to the google server where it decodes the message to text and print the same in the box. you will need to have an active internet connection for this and the speed in which the message is converted to the text will depend on the speed of the connection
Posted: 02-10-2012 @ 14:46:05
you have to mention any brand or your budget in which you want to buy because today in most of the Android Smart phones come with Voice search. But if your budget is high enough then go for I phone 4s which is bundled with "Siri" technology which specially bundled in iphone 4 s for only voice search and voice typing. For voice search and typing HTC Sensation XL is also good because it comes with world's toppest audio company with Beats. It is best for Audio and Voice search.
Posted: 25-02-2012 @ 07:50:29
good support
Posted: 15-02-2012 @ 17:04:25
Android Operating System 2.3 or above support voice search and voice typing The email experience is one of the best in the game: it can sync contacts, calendars and tasks with Gmail through Activesync (though it doesn’t do Gmail labels well), and of course its Hotmail integration is perfect. The email UI is austere but very usable, from its conversations layout to the fantastic keyboard. Windows Phone has the best keyboard behind iOS, period. Even though I’m a big fan of the Galaxy Nexus’ Ice Cream Sandwich keyboard, it too can sometimes slow down with longer emails; the Lumia 710 not only keeps up with my frantic fingers, but WP7′s autocorrect is usually more accurate than any other OS. Office for Windows Phone is also comes standard, providing Word, Excel, Powerpoint and OneNote functionality out of the box. Though the feature set is not as comprehensive as on the desktop version, all files are automatically saved and uploaded to Skydrive, and since the software is free, for those already entwined in the Microsoft Office ecosystem the solution can’t be beat. If you’re a gamer, the platform’s Xbox Live integration will sync your gaming achievements, badges and avatar with the console, and maintains each game’s state in its portal. Your multiplayer matches are consolidated in the Requests tab, too, so you’ll have an easy time remembering to complete that game of Word Feud.
Posted: 13-02-2012 @ 22:56:53
Hello Sanjaya, There are a lot of mobiles that support the voice search / Voice type feature that is available in the market right now. As listed in few of the answers above all android phones have this feature, this comes pre installed in few of the phones, but in those that do not have this you have an option to install this app from the android market. Just search for voice search in the market and there is an app from googel. Install this and you will see a mic button on the keypad (for typing) and on the search widget (for search). All you have to do is click on this mic button and then a scree pops up, say what you want to type ans search, the app will record you message send it to the google server where it decodes the message to text and print the same in the box. you will need to have an active internet connection for this and the speed in which the message is converted to the text will depend on the speed of the connection. hope this helps :)
Posted: 13-02-2012 @ 14:27:28
Mobile Which Has Android Operating System 2.3 or above support voice search and voice typing
Posted: 13-02-2012 @ 11:44:43
any samsung galaxy android series give this amazing feature. not only samsung but also all android, iphones are having this feature. but you have say English very correctly. not only internet but also inside your phone like any song, contacts you can search with this.
Posted: 13-02-2012 @ 11:03:48
A perfect mobile is MOTOROLA XT502 having this feature. I'm advising because I'm using this set with quite brilliant features.
Posted: 12-02-2012 @ 15:45:40
now a days almost all smartphones support this feature like mobile phone based on android,windows,IOS operating system.few mobile phone are samsung galaxy series,apple iphone,nokia lumia 800
Posted: 11-02-2012 @ 14:56:34