AT&T will rollout HD voice later this year, with the Padfone X as the first smartphone to support the feature. Read on for more!
Voice over LTE (VoLTE) aims to provide the ability to handle cellular voice calls over LTE. In this post, we take a look at how VoLTE works and how it will affect consumers in the coming years.
AT&T Vice President Kris Rinne has announced that HD Voice will be rolling out across its LTE network later in the year.
Check out our roundup of the juiciest news from day 3 of CES. Our team of mobile aficionadas is still hard at work looking at the new Android-powered devices on show, interviewing company representatives, and creating versus videos.
T-Mobile getting their groove on with nationwide first HD Voice calling and LTE release in Las Vegas
T-Mobile has been rolling up its sleeves and getting some work done on their network. They are now the first carrier in the United States with nationwide HD voice calling and they will soon be starting their LTE roll out in Las Vegas.
We’re used to seeing the HD moniker on videos and TVs, but now it’s being applied to audio. Essentially though, it has the same meaning – high definition as in high resolution. Join us as we answer the question – what is HD voice?
Canadian carriers Rogers and Fido are now offering HD Voice. In simple terms it means better call quality, as the name suggests.
Samsung Tomorrow As smartphones evolve and gain better processors, bigger displays, and faster wireless connectivity, one wonders what technology can offer to improve the quality of voice calls, an aspect that carriers don’t seem to consider a top priority. Answering the challenge, SK Telecom, South Korea’s biggest telecommunication provider, is set to be the first carrier in the world to offer HD Voice service over LTE for its 4 million LTE subscribers. The HD Voice service will be launched tomorrow on August 8, with Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE becoming the first handset to make use of SK’s HD Voice technology….
The HD Voice technology promises to make phone conversations crystal clear, and the HTC EVO 4G LTE was one of the very first phones to support it, at least in America. But you need a carrier to support it as well, and although Sprint promised tp make it available later this year, the phone itself launched without that functionality working. Sprint is saying again that the feature will be supported by the end of the year, but there’s just one other problem. If you want to experience phone conversations in HD voice, both the caller and the receiver need to…