Some Sprint branded handsets are already compatible with Sprint HD Voice, and those that are not will receive a software update in order to support it. Last July, the Sprint variant of the HTC One received the update. The carrier will announce which phones will require an update in July, when the feature is expanded coast to coast.
Hesse also reiterated the comments made by the mobile operator's Chief Network Officer, John Saw. As we told you on Tuesday, Saw explained how the combination of the carrier's tri-band Sprint Spark and carrier aggregation, could lead to theoretical download speeds of up to 150Mbps. The CEO said that in the second half of 2015, carrier aggregation will give Sprint 120MHz of spectrum to play with, allowing for the 150Mbps speed that Saw mentioned. "That's two big channels of 60MHz," Hesse noted. "We're talking 18 months away."
It would seem that Sprint subscribers certainly have a lot to look forward to, with a zippier network and improved audio on the way.
Sprint CEO Dan Hesse explains the future of Sprint's network. Note the quote from Yogi Berra on the slide
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