S Voice is Samsung’s take on a voice-based personal assistant. And by that we mean it’s heavily inspired by Apple’s Siri on the iPhone. So it’s no surprise — if a little amusing — to see Samsung’s app poking fun at its long-time rival. On the international Samsung Galaxy S4 (and some other Samsung phones — we’ve had varying results), asking S Voice if it’s ever used an iPhone prompts the response “No, I have standards.” Ask it “Are you Siri?” and it’s a little more coy — “I like to think I am.” But it stops short of any direct attacks — ask it “Do you like Apple?” and it tells you it has no problems with anyone, but its loyalties lie with Samsung.
It’s one of a few Easter eggs we’ve run into in S Voice. Back when it launched on the Galaxy S3 we put it to the “woodchuck test,” which it passed with flying colors. If you’ve run into any cheeky behavior from S Voice, be sure to hit the comments and share them with the world.