Micromax A50 has Aisha, a Siri like feature

    Micromax A50 has Aisha, a Siri like feature

     

    Do you love the Siri voice assistant in the Apple iPhone 4S? There is some good news for you. If you are wishing to have the feature on some cheap phone, then its there for you.

    Micromax, the Indian handset manufacturer has released a dual SIM phone, A50 aka Ninja. The handset is based on the Android Gingerbread operating system. It has the Siri like feature known as Aisha. Aisha means Artificial Intelligence Speech Handset Assistant. It will respond to all the queries you ask.

    Micromax claims that the Aisha is an application that can translate the words into action. The feature can be used by simply talking to the phone. The users can connect to the people, businesses and perform other activities that are important with this assistant.

    It also helps in checking the weather. For instance, you can simply as it 'What is the weather in Bangalore'. Aisha will reply saying that 'The weather will be rainy'.

    To start using this service, you need to have a Google account and internet connection. Once the internet connection is configured on the phone, you have to tap on the Aisha to open the interactive screen. From there you can start giving out voice commands.

    The voice assistant will help you initiate Google search, know phone status, view stock market details, make calls, read movie reviews, view horoscopes, view recipes, read news and make language translations. It will also help you inquire about missed calls, data and time, send message and ask knowledge questions.

    The Micromax Aisha or Ninja Android Gingerbread phone that has this feature in it will be available for a price in India of Rs 4,999.

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