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Samsung Galaxy S5 voice processing solution
Mark Peters : July 5th 2014 - 11:35 CET
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NewsSamsung Galaxy S5 Android phone : Fortemedia, the world leader in voice processing technologies, announced its ForteVoice iS620 was selected by Samsung Galaxy S5 to enhance the device’s voice processing solution for both handheld and speaker phone modes. ForteVoice has been adopted by several Samsung flagship products. The new Galaxy S5 Android phone demonstrates Fortemedia’s continual technology leadership in voice processing by being Samsung’s new generation flagship solution provider, thereby forging a long-term partnership between the two companies. ForteVoice iS620 has been adopted by many smart phone OEMs. It is available as part of the solution of Wolfson codec, as well as supporting Qualcomm open DSP which is available in Qualcomm’s multiple application processors.

Samsung Galaxy S5

Galaxy S5 voice processing solution
The advanced technology of ForteVoice iS620 used in Samsung Galaxy S5 Android phone utilizes the dual-microphone processing to offer optimal voice quality in HD voice calls. The adaptive voice tracking capability provides wide talking angle coverage for hand-held conversation convenience, and the directional voice pick-up beam follows the voice source to eliminate unwanted ambient interfering sounds in hands-free speakerphone mode. The unique and flexible technology extends itself into the far-field pickup for conferencing usages, and into the novel bi-directional beam-forming for “interview mode” dialogues, delivering natural, echo- and noise-free conversations to consumers in all usage circumstances.

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Fortemedia voice processing technologies
“We appreciate the vote of confidence from Samsung Electronics by using our superior voice processing technologies in their flagship Android phones,” said Dr. Paul Huang, chairman and CEO of Fortemedia. “We will continue to develop more advanced technologies and provide the best support and service to our customers.”




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