In Contacts there is a Video Call button below the phone and SMS buttons. And in the dialler it is to the left of the phone dial button at the bottom.
I have no idea how this is paid for though. Would it be some extortionate phone rate or would it use data? I wonder because it is on the dialler, which implies you can dial a phone number and then video call. I remember when 3 first started up that was the big gimmick about 3g - that we would all be video calling each other. (As an aside, that's another thing that Apple didn't invent. Just because they call it Face Time, doesn't change the fact that NEC had it first on the first 3g phone, soon to be followed by LG.)
I seem to recall that video call minutes were separate, and cost a lot more.
Last edited by davoid; June 11th, 2012 at 07:53 PM.
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Google Talk, on some devices, was not enabled for video chatting. My current device, the HTC Evo 3D (Sprint) does not have video chat enabled unless rooted. It's also a new thing since Android 2.3.4 (I think, maybe 2.3.3 or 2.3.5). So it may come as a surprise to some that GTalk has a video chat option.
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