Imagine a smartphone that asks you for who you want to call when you hold it up to your head. A smartphone that lets you launch apps with your voice. Imagine a rapid response rate of just 1.2 seconds, with a 90% success rate even in abnormal noise ambience conditions. And imagine that it lets you do these without an internet connection.
We are all aware of voice control on smartphones – via an app that requires an internet connection. On ZTE Star 2, voice control has been implemented system-wide and is fully functional even when the device is offline and without a network connection. That is an industry first.
On the Star 2, the user can carry out the following tasks with their voice:
- unlock the device with their own unique voice tone
- make phone calls
- open third-party apps
- play music
- real-time voice-to-text input
- improved driving mode for automatic GPS navigation, message replying, call answering, and music control
The Star 2 has over 158 voice control patients implemented. An array of motion sensing features offer added convenience to users. For example, a user can simply hold the device by their ear and say the name of a contact to call them, without having to activate the touch screen or unlock the device.
The Star 2 is an Android KitKat flagship featuring ZTE’s MiFavor 3.0 UI. Physically, it is built with aircraft-grade aluminum alloy frame with thin bezels and a 5-inch dual-layer Gorilla Glass 3 screen. It spots a 13 megapixel camera and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor with a 2.3GHz quad-core CPU and 2GB of RAM.