South Korean smartphone makers LG has confirmed that they will be releasing Quick Voice to a range of their Android devices in South Korea later this month. Notable devices such as LG Optimus VU will get it first with other devices like the Optimus LTE II getting quick voice in July. LG’s Quick Voice brings natural voice recognition to their range of Smartphones and which has the ability supports control of calls, SMS, contacts access, calendar, web search and more.
LG has indicated that users will be able to ask for particular videos on YouTube all in one sentence, and have the application open up complete with search results shown straight away. Moreover there is also control over maps, alarms, temperature, stocks and even lunar calendar checking – for the Korean market, at least – along with control over settings on the device. LG has not said if their Quick Voice service will be rolled out to their devices around the world, so we have no details on when the service will be available in the US and Europe. What do you think? Sound off in the comments