CDMA2000 Gains High-Quality Voice Standard
Apr 24, 2003, 2:22 PM by (staff)
Nokia today announced that its VMR-WB technology has been chosen as the new wideband speech codec standard for CDMA2000. The technology was selected by the 3GPP2 from a field of five competing proposals. The new codec offers superior speech quality at data rates comparable to current narrowband speech codecs, resulting in highly intelligible and natural speech, superior to today's wireless and even wireline networks. The VMR-WB standard is also interoperable with the AMR-WB standard selected by the 3GPP for use in GSM/WCDMA networks.
HTC 10 Re-Focuses On the Camera and BoomSound
Apr 12, 2016
HTC today announced the 10, its flagship handset for 2016. This Android phone carries forward an aluminum design, for which HTC has become known, and makes big improvements to the camera, software, and other core features.
Snapdragon 845 Boasts Advanced Imaging Tools and AI Smarts
Dec 6, 2017
Qualcomm today announced the Snapdragon 845 mobile platform, its flagship system-on-a-chip for 2018. Qualcomm expects the module to form the core of next year's top smartphones, which it will endow with multimedia smarts for both audio and video.
HMD Global Debuts Three New Low-Cost Nokia Phones
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HMD Global has refreshed it lineup of affordable Android phones with the Nokia 5.1, Nokia 3.1, and Nokia 2.1. Each new phone is an update to last year's devices.
Google Gives Developers An Early Look at Android O
Mar 21, 2017
Google today announced the first preview of Android O, the unnamed next version of its core mobile operating system. This early version of Android O brings with it a handful of new features that clearly target developers and device makers more so than end users.