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Samsung continues to utilize speech recognition technology by Sensory


Sensory Inc. announced this past week that Samsung continues to utilize TrulyHandsfree technology to provide speech trigger and speech recognition experience on the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge smartphones, even when no internet connection is present.

Samsung has been integrating Sensory technology on Samsung Galaxy smartphone products since the introduction of the S2 back in 2011 and TrulyHandsfree technology has been on every Samsung Galaxy smartphone product since the S2, including the recently announced Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.

TrulyHandsfree also enables a touch-free experience on Samsung’s Galaxy Note tablets, beginning with the original Note launched in 2011, to the current Note 5, as well as on the Galaxy Gear and Galaxy Gear S2 smart watches.

According to the company, Sensory has ported TrulyHandsfree to more platforms than any other speech recognition company, with ultra-low-power deeply embedded ports available for leading DSP/MCU IP cores from ARM, Cadence, CEVA, NXP CoolFlux, Synopsys and Verisilicon, as well as for integrated circuits from Audience, Avnera, Cirrus Logic, Conexant, DSPG, Fortemedia, Intel, Invensense, Microsemi, NXP, Qualcomm, QuickLogic, Realtek, STMicroelectronics, TI and Yamaha. TrulyHandsfree supports US English, UK English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin Chinese, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.

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14 Replies to “Samsung continues to utilize speech recognition technology by Sensory”

  1. It is unbelievable how technology has evolved over the years. Until a decade back, we didn’t know that desktops would start getting replaced by mobile phones – at least when it comes to personal use. Voice recognition biometrics are great!

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