1. mcaspe1's Avatar
    I have a question. Since not all of the United States is covered with LTE which has simultaneous voice and data, will the GN have it in when in a 3g coverage area?

    My Tbolt has it and I find myself using that convenience all the time.
    10-22-2011 11:31 AM
  2. infernalman7's Avatar
    3G Data + Voice simultaneously can be done on HSPA networks.

    LTE, yes.

    But not on normal CDMA networks.
    10-22-2011 12:04 PM
  3. superlawyer15's Avatar
    3G Data + Voice simultaneously can be done on HSPA networks.

    LTE, yes.

    But not on normal CDMA networks.
    not true...

    if it has EVDO Rev. A, like the HTC thunderbolt

    then it can do simultaneous voice/data on both the 4G network and the 3G network
    10-22-2011 01:01 PM
  4. mcaspe1's Avatar
    not true...

    if it has EVDO Rev. A, like the HTC thunderbolt

    then it can do simultaneous voice/data on both the 4G network and the 3G network
    That's what I'm asking. Will it have the same capabilities as the Tbolt on vzw's 3g rev a ehrpd network?
    10-22-2011 01:09 PM
  5. edgefever's Avatar
    SVDO is what it's missing
    10-22-2011 01:17 PM
  6. superlawyer15's Avatar
    I dont see any reason why its cant..

    from what I read it routes the call on the 1X connection and then allows data on the evdo connection

    not to sure but you can read for yourself..

    Verizon launching simultaneous voice and data over CDMA 1X Advanced SVDO network soon The Cell Phone Junkie
    10-22-2011 01:28 PM
  7. edgefever's Avatar
    T bolt was the only one that ever had the capability so far.
    10-22-2011 01:42 PM
  8. Adrynalyne's Avatar
    not true...

    if it has EVDO Rev. A, like the HTC thunderbolt

    then it can do simultaneous voice/data on both the 4G network and the 3G network
    Not quite. The Thunderbolt has a unique radio solution not seen in any other device yet, and will likely not be seen in the Galaxy Nexus. All LTE devices sans the Thunderbolt handle cdma voice and data on one radio, and LTE on a second. This allows 4G to transmit at the same time as voice is active, but not 3G and voice.

    The Thunderbolt has voice on one radio, and 3G +LTE on the second radio. This is what allows simultaneous voice and data regardless of data network you are using.

    tl;dr version:

    Unless the Galaxy Nexus was sporting the same radios as the Thunderbolt, its almost 100% guaranteed you will not see 3G and voice at the same time.
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    10-22-2011 02:20 PM
  9. mcaspe1's Avatar
    Not quite. The Thunderbolt has a unique radio solution not seen in any other device yet, and will likely not be seen in the Galaxy Nexus. All LTE devices sans the Thunderbolt handle cdma voice and data on one radio, and LTE on a second. This allows 4G to transmit at the same time as voice is active, but not 3G and voice.

    The Thunderbolt has voice on one radio, and 3G +LTE on the second radio. This is what allows simultaneous voice and data regardless of data network you are using.

    tl;dr version:

    Unless the Galaxy Nexus was sporting the same radios as the Thunderbolt, its almost 100% guaranteed you will not see 3G and voice at the same time.
    Adrynalyne, as usual you have the answer and I appreciate it. Thank u.
    10-22-2011 03:08 PM
  10. compchick813's Avatar
    The Rezound/Vigor is expected to have this feature based on the FCC docs.

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    10-22-2011 05:35 PM
  11. edgefever's Avatar
    On another HTC only thing. Do any other android based software phones have word wrap, where the page reconfigures when you zoom in without it being wider then the screen? Can do it on my T Bolt
    10-22-2011 05:54 PM
  12. mcaspe1's Avatar
    On another HTC only thing. Do any other android based software phones have word wrap, where the page reconfigures when you zoom in without it being wider then the screen? Can do it on my T Bolt
    The only android phone I've ever had has been a HTC. I thought all android phones did it.
    10-22-2011 07:50 PM
  13. adambomb6's Avatar
    Looks like the answer is no. It's kind of sad because this is a sweet feature. However, this probably does not do your battery life any favors. My hope is the lte reach is such that it should be OK. Plus, you should be able to do both on wifi at home. Tbolt is in a class alone in this regard.

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    10-22-2011 07:50 PM
  14. dsignori's Avatar
    On another HTC only thing. Do any other android based software phones have word wrap, where the page reconfigures when you zoom in without it being wider then the screen? Can do it on my T Bolt
    Yupper. Samsung phones do the automatic text wrapping when pinch-zooming. Touchwiz takes care of that. It's amazing to me that Android doesn't do this natively as we approach the end of 2011, still. Bugs me a bit, oh well. Maybe in Jellybean :-)
    10-22-2011 08:29 PM
  15. edgefever's Avatar
    Yupper. Samsung phones do the automatic text wrapping when pinch-zooming. Touchwiz takes care of that. It's amazing to me that Android doesn't do this natively as we approach the end of 2011, still. Bugs me a bit, oh well. Maybe in Jellybean :-)
    10-22-2011 08:47 PM
  16. edgefever's Avatar
    So are you saying that stock android ICS won't have that?
    10-22-2011 08:50 PM
  17. htowngator's Avatar
    3G Data + Voice simultaneously can be done on HSPA networks.

    LTE, yes.

    But not on normal CDMA networks.
    Incorrect. My thunderbolt does it on SVDO.
    10-22-2011 08:51 PM
  18. Jet300's Avatar
    Yupper. Samsung phones do the automatic text wrapping when pinch-zooming. Touchwiz takes care of that. It's amazing to me that Android doesn't do this natively as we approach the end of 2011, still. Bugs me a bit, oh well. Maybe in Jellybean :-)
    My DX did that, except it required a double tap after you zoomed. The TBolt is automatic. I like the automatic feature a lot. But as long as the double tap thing works I'm cool with it. Hell my iPad running iOS 5 I'm typing on right now can't do it at all. One of the many many things I dislike about this "magical" device.
    10-22-2011 11:22 PM
  19. edgefever's Avatar
    My DX did that, except it required a double tap after you zoomed. The TBolt is automatic. I like the automatic feature a lot. But as long as the double tap thing works I'm cool with it. Hell my iPad running iOS 5 I'm typing on right now can't do it at all. One of the many many things I dislike about this "magical" device.
    10-22-2011 11:41 PM
  20. edgefever's Avatar
    My wife's 4s stinks without it.
    10-22-2011 11:42 PM
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