While most of the people are eagerly waiting for the jelly beans to get in their hands, some "google fans" are already publishing the remarkable features of the new Android "sweet" giant.
If you are still thinking - whether you should upgrade to jelly beans, this feature might persuade you to take the step.
A video posted by Google fan "JLeshere" on youtube indicates that Google's Voice search performs way better than Apple's Siri. The result is astonishing and compelles us to get your hands on Jelly beans, at least once. Video features Jelly Beans performing more than 40 successful searches based on voice commands.
Inspite of throwing some tricky questions and commands at Galaxy Nexus, including "listen to Real Estate [the band]," "Is it going to rain tomorrow" and "when is Mother's Day in 2014," all of which the device performs flawlessly.
There is a possibility that the video might have been alterted or edited as per users liking but if it isn't, there is a strong chance Google is going to defend the Apple's Siri Voice Assistant.
It is to be noted that Siri is advertised as a personal assistant, this is advertised as a Google Product. Siri is meant to be human, and has a human name, Google Now is called “Google Now”. And unlike S Voice, it looks nothing like Siri.
According to JLeshere, he wanted to display voice command features that Google didn't highlight at the I/O.
Of course, the point may be moot if the current ban on the sale of the Galaxy Nexus, driven by copyright complaints from Apple, holds.
What do you think? Did this video change your mind about Jelly Bean? Siri? Let us know in the comments.