Samsung’s S-Voice has some big shoes to fill in. S-Voice was announced to be one of the key features on Samsung Galaxy S III. But this is not all. Similar to what happened on the iOS when Siri was patched to work on older iPhone hardware S-Voice was hacked to work on all new Android powered smartphones.
Similar to other computer voice-recognition software S-Voice learns as you go and the more you speak to it, the smarter it becomes. But in opposition to those PC voice recognition SW that asked you to speak loud and clear, S-Voice recognizes normal speech. There’s no doubt that a lot of calculations are done in the background but the end-result is the only thing that counts: the user experience.
Will S-Voice become as big as Siri? Only time will tell.