Voice Command iPhone x Android

An interesting video published by Motorola shows a comparison of the operation of the voice commands of Android devices in comparison with an iPhone 4S and its voice system, Siri. The Devices used are the Motorola Electrify, Motorola Atrix 2 and the Photon 4G. The voice command lets you talk tasks to the phone to control the instrument and perform various functions. You can send text messages by just talking, sign up navigation routes just talking about the destination, gain access to sites talking about the address, or even save a small text reminders on the device. It is even possible to access and use some of the supported applications through voice commands.

All videos were made without any criteria and scientific, and this should be taken into consideration when judging the fairness of the result. It’s impossible to know, for example, if the network connections of the two devices had the same speed or latency. The differences between the times are small, and this may be a possible cause. In any case, it is a comparative interesting.

First, the video with the Motorola Electrify x iPhone 4S

Now the Motorola Droid 2. Note that this video is more complete, and does not compare only the voice commands of the two devices. I think it is important that comparison between the iPhone x Android, especially when it goes beyond a comparison of just one or the other tool unit. The more you complete, the better, in my opinion.

And finally, the Motorola Photon 4G. It is also a comparative test more complete. Another important detail that these comparatives did not take into account is which version of the operating system the devices were using. Notably, the iPhone when it is updated, it is much more slow, while Android manages to preserve his or her speed.

I would almost tie the technical differences in the response times of the devices. Even Siri having appeared first, the Android regained the lost time very quickly, and has today a system of voice commands through Google Now as or more efficient than the Apple system. Microsoft still came also with the voice assistant Cortana, which also offers its tricks in the sleeve, and can be used in Windows 10 and XBox.

And you, already uses voice commands to smartphones? What do you like most?