HTC Vision could be the G1 Blaze for T-Mobile
posted by Alan F. / Jul 25, 2010, 10:50 PM
source: Engadget via AndroidCentral
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what happened to the 5 row keyboard ? ?
posted on Jul 26, 2010, 12:08 AM 0
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DOES IT have a front facing camera for video calling? cuz that wud be awesome :D if it did ,im pretty sure since its hspa + it would be able to handle video calls without a problem, i have a question i KNOW THIS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THIS ARTICLE but if someone knows the answer please explain to me,, ok my friend has an evo and he lives in a place were there is no sprint 4G and well he showed me that he can make video calls with 3G and from what i heard before cdma 3G networks cannot make video calls because they can not use voice and data at the same time , so how it that possible that he can make calls on 3G ???????? becuz obviosuly he was using sprints 3G cdma network because theres not 4G in his area.. so yea im confused? how is that possible? he showed me the video call quality and it looked pretty dam good ... thnkz
posted on Jul 26, 2010, 12:31 AM 0
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EVDO rev A, is what a CDMA network uses for 3g data. Verizon and Sprint use the same tech. Tmo and ATT use the same tech (GSM) data and cell signals are not the same. they are seperate. Which app was he using to make the call? And are you sure he wasnt tricking you by being on WiFi? My understanding is that it wouldnt work on a 3g signal, only wimax or wifi. Have they changed that?
posted on Jul 26, 2010, 8:40 AM 0
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hey i also have an evo i live in los angeles so no sprint 4G over here >=/ and video calls work perfect over 3G ,thats why i like sprint cuz u can make video calls over 3G without havin to be connected on wifi
posted on Jul 26, 2010, 9:25 AM 0
Sprint uses EVDO rev A as their 3G, for data, when the Evo makes a VOICE call it switches to 1x RTT for the voice, if you're making a video call, it does it all over the data network, kinda like a webcam chat on your computer, they simply reccomend you use 4G because it gives you a better connection.
posted on Aug 05, 2010, 2:28 PM 0
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