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Support Spica Call quality- Good or bad?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by akshayb, Jul 9, 2010.

  1. akshayb

    akshayb Lurker
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    Hey all,

    I have a samsung spica i5700 running on 2.1 eclair and i've found out that the call voice clarity is pretty bad,
    It is manageable when both the parties talk loudly, but it gets really annoying when i talk in the night(when the ambient noise is low), I hear a hissing noise and the caller on the other line hears only when i talk loudly, Whispers aren't heard unless you whisper very loudly. This happens on both the handset aswell as on the handsfree.

    I've googled for "poor call quality on android" and i saw many topics discussing about poor call quality on most of the android phones like, moto droid, HTC evo, nexus one and others.

    P.S- If you haven't experienced any such issues, try calling someone and see if the other person can hear you whispers.
     

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  2. nailz

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    I've had no such problems
     
  3. yah5

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    I'd put it in the good category. The issue may be with your phone network, not with the phone itself.
     
  4. akshayb

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    I dont think there's any problem with my network coz I've used the same sim card with my old SE W910i and a nokia, No problem with those phones.
    I even did a complete reset, Including FW reinstall which didn't solve the issue.
    I'm experiencing the same issue with a different operator too
     

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