Pacquiao's Sister, 16 May 2014Applying the prefix "with all due respect" doesn't give you license to say what you ... moreThink of it as an indicator to just how much respect is due :).
And for anyone saying "X/Y has had HD voice for XXXX years", good for them! Now we have it, too!
Cheers for inclusion!
O-M-G! WTH is this?!
HD voice sounded like 16kHz Mono Voice! In my country the HD voice sounds really clear and in 48kHz Stereo.
When I clicked on the Wiki's HD Voice Deployment link I saw that ATT customers are geting scammed big time.
In my country we had HD voice since 2011 (3 years).
And our telecom companies always complain that we are too small and too scattered around for us to be viable for new technologies. I even saw Moldova and Armenia on top of the list.
At least US of A is getting scammed this time!
Long live large corporations! :)
my t-mobile lg l90 the have hd voice and it's only $180 at best buy...at&t is behind, t-mobile is ahead
The Cosmicist, 16 May 2014With all due respect, you're on drugs. The HD samples sounded loads better.Applying the prefix "with all due respect" doesn't give you license to say what you please. In Manila we do not use words that have such disregard for common courtesy
Eske Rahn, 16 May 2014Frankly in the examples the HD voices sounds WORSE?!?!? The hissing and clipping made it soun... moreVery true, thought the same thing - I guess what the're going for is "clearer" dialogue between you and the other person so that the message is the focus rather than quality - do hope they address that sound warping though, sounds uncomfortable.
With all these catches it means AT&T is rolling out HD Voice for 5 people in the US.
HD video chat to the HD sound call sound really good .....
waiting for the survice to be launched in india.
Frankly in the examples the HD voices sounds WORSE?!?!?
The hissing and clipping made it sound strangely mechanical and non-human???
A bit the same as a war reporter from a far away place over a satellite phone