Next gen LTE chips will use 50% less power and push VoLTE
0. phoneArena posted on 04 Jan 2013, 22:59
The dream of quite a few telco nerds is to finally get rid of the per minute mobile plans, or the per text plans, and just have a pipe of data streaming to your hand. One big piece to that puzzle is voice-over-IP (VoIP) or voice-over-LTE (VoLTE) as it has become known since everyone wants to brand everything with LTE these days. Anyway, the next generation of LTE chips could help push this agenda because they are expected to support VoLTE and use 50% less power than current chips...
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1. oldmandaddy posted on 04 Jan 2013, 23:20 0 0
its about time Verizon roll out VoLTE this year , how about LTE ADVANCE ? hope soon and get rid of super suck 3G right now.
2. PapaSmurf posted on 04 Jan 2013, 23:41 3 0
I wouldn't be surprised if Verizon started rolling out LTE Advanced soon. They have money to blow for years.
Verizon's 3G speeds are like LTE when compares to Sprint's "3G."
6. nnaatthhaannx2 posted on 05 Jan 2013, 09:12 2 0
In my area, 3G never gets over 1mbps, while i constantly get 20+ mbps on lte
7. Tsoliades posted on 05 Jan 2013, 09:19 1 0
Actually, Verizon 3G sucks pretty badly too- it's neck and neck with Sprint. Their LTE beats Sprint's WiMax though.
8. tuminatr posted on 05 Jan 2013, 10:10 0 0
papa smurf I have both and honestly they are about the same. I do live in a network vision market and sprint 3g is usually 800k to 1400k there 4g is much faster I got a 29mbps down and 11mbps up the other day on sprint LTE 4g. My verizon phone performes almost identically on 3g it does not have 4g
4. jdubis posted on 05 Jan 2013, 06:18 0 0
FYI Currently in order to have a substainable VoLTE a carrier would need Advanced LTE to deply make it work. Also Verizon has already anounced months ago that they will deploy VoLTE with Advanced LTE this year
3. milesboy5 posted on 05 Jan 2013, 02:07 0 0
Will Verizon release VoLTE like they did with LTE?? Only in a select few metropolitan areas? I presume so but I am just wondering whether or not it will take three years to roll out a network of VoLTE like they are doing with LTE.
5. dmckay12 posted on 05 Jan 2013, 07:11 0 0
The roll-out wont be instant, but it should be fairly quick because the services requires upgrades to current systems rather than building it from the ground up. Also, major metro areas will be prioritized.
9. TheTruthSquad posted on 05 Jan 2013, 14:52 0 0
I am going to drop VZW because I want a larger selection of phones. For example, Oppo is going to introduce a super phone this month that will not be available on VZW.
10. steven252000 posted on 05 Jan 2013, 15:40 0 0
Hmm.....voice over LTE. Would that mean that voice calls would use data? Thus a good money making reason Verizon did away with unlimited data?