Monday, 23 December 2013


Those of you who will buy a Samsung smart TV or probably you're thinking of buying a new TV for your home in
2014 should find it easier to flip channels, open apps, and run other tasks.

Samsung has fine-tuned its voice interaction
service, which helps you control the TV through natural language voice commands.
As one example, the current crop of Samsung smart TVs force you to utter two commands to change the channel: "Channel Change"
and "Channel Number." Next year's sets will
require you to speak the channel number *smart indeed*
You'll also be able to use voice shortcuts to open a Web site or app, according to
Samsung *browse non-stop*. And when you search by voice for certain information, such as weather, stock prices, and sports scores, a window will pop up with search results. *no need to check livescores when you can just ask your TV*
The voice feature will
expand to 12 more markets next year for a total of 23 countries.
Samsung's 2014 smart TVs also will incorporate finger gestures. You'll be able to
change the channel, control the volume, stop the video, and return to the previous screen by moving your fingers.
"Samsung's 2014 Smart TV models deliver significantly improved voice interaction and motion control features so that our
consumers will be able to enjoy our Smart TV
more intuitively,"
Kyungshik Lee, senior vice
president of Samsung's service strategy team
of visual display business, said in a
"We will continue to develop
content that integrates voice and motion
recognition for added convenience."
Samsung will demo its new smart TVs at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, which runs next month from January 7 to 14.
Smart TV indeed, I hope it'll be pocket friendly... let's what and see.

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