Voice Signal's Software Added to Samsung SCH-v420 Handset

WOBURN, MA - Voice Signal Technologies announced that the Samsung SCH-v420 is now shipping with Voice Signal's Korean language Voice Activated Phonebook (VAP) software. The VAP software is intended to voice-activate a user's phonebook, letting users dial or look up information by saying a name, with no need to train. In addition, Voice Signal's application provides talking caller-ID and supports voice commands to access features in the phone such as voice memo, SMS inbox, calendar and phone book. "The Korean handset market is extremely competitive and demands the latest and best technologies and innovations," said Voice Signal CEO Rich Geruson. "We are very excited and honored to be part of Samsung's domestic product portfolio." The SCH-v420 is available on SK Telecom's CDMA network in Korea. The SCH-v420 is the third handset to ship with Voice Signal's Korean language speaker independent technology. Voice Signal launched its Korean language version in June 2003 in the Samsung SCH-e250.
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