Samsung’s Galaxy S III has started to amaze the users since it is now available in a number of countries. Along with this, users are also exploring the device and posting their thoughts as well as findings, which are providing a fresh glimpse into the device. The latest about the device is about S Voice and how this voice-based personal assistant affects S III.
Samsung has been hailing S Voice as a contemporary to Apple’s Siri, boosting that S Voice is able to deliver the same kind of voice-based assistance as Siri does in iPhone 4S. Although some analysts have rated S Voice less than Siri, claiming that S Voice is still not as accurate and as user-friendly as Siri, S Voice still is a major feature in Galaxy S III.
Now, it has been revealed that by enabling Siri, the smartphone may perform a little slow at some places. For instance, you can set a home button with which you can directly start S Voice. This can be done by double-pressing this certain home button.
However, when you do this now, the system waits with a rather long pause and only then prompts the resulting action. The good part is that you can change this. All you have to do is to disable it in the S Voice settings. This way, the button will respond lot faster.
Source: Android Central
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