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Everything posted by digitalnirvana

  1. Which is best: Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 or LeEco Le 1s

    A few questions - does the Le1s have dual 4g and VoLTE support Sent from my Redmi Note 3 using Tapatalk
  2. Wifi or lte Sent from my Lenovo A6000 using Tapatalk
  3. A6000 plus not working with VoLTE - @inception please check this list http://telecomtalk.info/list-rjio-volte-enabled-smartphone/147516/
  4. Lg volt at $50 http://slickdeals.net/f/8487193-bestbuy-boost-mobile-lg-volt-2-49-99-free-shipping-and-local-pickup?utm_source=rss&utm_content=fp&utm_medium=RSS2 Sent from my Lenovo A6000 using Tapatalk
  5. Reliance CDMA on Sprint Galaxy Nexus LTE

    Apologies for bumping an old thread Requesting assistance from @::Hitesh:: or anyone else familiar with the Sprint and VZW nexus to advice on upgrading from 4.1 TeamEOS sprint ROM Can I keep FC12 radio and upgrade directly to the Sprint CM12 version i.e. update recovery, and flash ROM?
  6. As far as I knew, and am out of the loop for a long time, there is voice fallback. Very few, if any at all, operators have only volte till date as Sudharshan also was mentioning. Of course if someone wants to use their bundles to the max then volte and vowifi handsets are better. This is purely my understanding of it. Sent from my Lenovo A6000 using Tapatalk
  7. Thanks Sudarshan. To add to it, no one else has rolled out VoLTE in the scale that RJIO will be doing - even VZW uses CDMA as their primary voice carrier till now though they are moving it over to VoLTE in phases. People looking for LTE data need not stop their purchases - if you must buy a VoLTE supporting phone however then buy a S6 or ip6 etc.
  8. Err no, you just quoted the "Which data plan will you take?" from the URL given in this post An ARPU of 200+ is what they have measured against. So they will be giving extremely competitive voice and data plans, with added platform/content apps
  9. @ami1 no it will not be a problem in jio as voice is also provided over lte and not gsm. Expect upto 70-80mbps speeds initially on lte and 100mbps on fiber bb Sent from my Lenovo A6000 using Tapatalk
  10. Review: MTS Blaze 5 CDMA+GSM Dual SIM Android

    Please someone who has an unlocked for rcdma phone upload the build.prop - as mine needed a reset from the service center and is mts locked Edit phone.odex needed please
  11. @KanagaDeepan they will use VoLTE. LYF phones are VoLTE/VoWiFi capable
  12. It means that the existing rcdma 800mhz will be used to give 4g also. Basically it is an interconnect and a defacto merger. Ultimately it will be in all circles where they own bandwidth. Sent from my SCH-R530U using Tapatalk
  13. Mods, I clubbed together the news snippets in one single post instead of creating separate topics in different sections so that readers could just go through main news from this post. Please create subtopics if required. Sony Ericsson officially launches Xperia Play and Xperia Arc in India Sony Ericsson has officially announced the availability of the two Android Gingerbread phones in the country, pricing the Xperia Play at Rs. 35,000, and the Xperia Arc at Rs. 32,000. HTC Desire S launches in India with Gingerbread, at Rs. 25,490 The phone was announced as an Android 2.3 Gingerbread phone, and is the 2011 product refresh of the original HTC Desire, sporting the same aluminium unibody style, same 3.7-inch SuperLCD screen with Gorilla Glass, and the same autofocus 5MP camera, capable of 720p HD video recording. The Desire S has more RAM than its predecessor, at 768MB. It offers better connectivity, with HSDPA 14.4Mbps/HSUPA 5.76Mbps, and Wi-Fi b/g/n with DLNA. It has an updated Qualcomm MSM8255 chipset, with a new 1 GHz Scorpion processor and Adreno 205 GPU. It has a slightly larger battery, at 1450 mAh, but which is rated to provide substantially better battery-life with the Desire S - up to 455 hours standby time (3G), and 9 hours 50 minutes talktime (2G). The Desire’s optical trackpad has gone missing though. HP Stingray spotted, a full-touch webOS phone A new full-touch HP webOS phone has been spotted, with leaked images of a Pre-like keyboard-less device assumed to be the Stingray floating around the web. Samsung Galaxy S II to release in May, gets dual-core speed bump to 1.2 GHz The Samsung Galaxy S II was introduced back in February . First expected to arrive by March, it now seems the earliest any retailer will stock the Galaxy S II is 29th April, over in Germany. Samsung Mobile India however, announced a bigger delay, stating a June release date. We don't know who to believe. A lot must be going on backstage, and now Samsung has announced via its official Estonian Facebook page that its flagship Android phone will now ship with its dual-core processor upgraded to a 1.2GHz clockspeed, instead of the original 1GHz specs.
  14. Guru gopal and aalok great giveaway Aalok if spare please send one, thanks Sent from my SCH-R530U using Tapatalk
  15. There are many factual inaccuracies in that article
  16. One blank sim if available please, gurugopal ji Sent from my SCH-R530U using Tapatalk
  17. It is friends and family But I am out of the loop now so not aware if retail stores will sell
  18. Thanks Arun for posting this, the technology and scale is simply unparalleled.
  19. Talking about mifi or actual voice+LTE data?
  20. Received @shahab excellent as usual, thanks Sent from my SCH-R530U using Tapatalk
  21. Those are placeholder plans e.g. there were plans named Alpha etc which are trial launch ones Sent from my SCH-R530U using Tapatalk

    Happy birthday Hitesh bhai, belated wishes Guru Gopal ji Happy advance or belated birthday to @parin @hetaldp @genius @shreesh @arun @rajanmehta @kanagadeepan (plus minus few months). Anyone else with birthday upcoming, wishing them also so that Genius posts some more pics