Samsung's Siri competitor, S Voice, is set for an overhaul, according to a new report.
Sammobile on Wednesday published photos of what it claims is the new-and-improved S Voice app. The app, which allows users to employ their voices to make commands, comes with a two-tone blue design and an interface that embraces flat design -- i.e., simple and minimalistic.
The leaked images come just after Sammobile showed off updated versions of Samsung's S Health and WatchOn apps. All three apps are expected to come with the rumored Galaxy S5.
Sammobile says that the new S Voice includes better voice recognition; though, it doesn't appear that the Samsung-tracking blog spent time with the actual software.
Samsung's Galaxy S5 is believed to be unveiled at a special event the company is hosting on February 24. As always, CNET will be there to cover the event and find out if the new S Voice app will find its way to the handset.