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Samsung Debuts Speech-to-Text (Speech to SMS) Technology.
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 1/10/2005 07:33:00 PM.

Korean consumer electronics giant Samsung's latest innovation is aimed at the lazy mobile user, especially those who find keying in a text message frustrating. The company introduced the first ever mobile that is capable of converting speech-to-text at the Consumers Electronics show currently being held in Las Vegas, USA.

Samsung's revolutionary technology - VoiceMode incorporated in the Samsung p207 phone - allows the mobile user to dictate a message, which is converted into text.The technology uses an advanced speech recognition engine to convert spoken words into text messages as well as address them to the specified contacts.

Samsung will also debut another feature, QuickPhrase, in its a890 phone. The feature not only enables the user to address it to a particular contact but also activates one of the frequently used pre-programmed short messages on the phone such as 'Call me' or 'In a meeting'.

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