Ever since iPhone 5 brought in the sensation of HD Voice in it’s handset, HD Voice for smartphone is getting going. However, HD Voice is not only the feature of your smartphone but it should also be supported by your mobile operator. By meaning, you can get a crystal clear HD voice in your smartphone if your operator supports it.
What is HD Voice?
HD voice eliminates background noise to improve voice clarity. That means that you can talk normally and be heard clearly, without having to raise your voice, even in noisy environments. Now you don’t have to shout to be heard, or try to find a quiet place for your conversation. What’s the difference in sound HD voice can bring to you. HD voice functionality is operator-dependent.
How to get HD Voice in your Smartphone?
First of all you need to have a working Smartphone. Simply meaning today’s high end smartphone so as to able to cope with density of voice signal in the network, you should probably not worry about your mobile phone unless you have Nokia 1100.
HD Voice enables operators to clearly differentiate their service offering with high quality voice calls on mobile networks. Customers can talk normally and be heard clearly, without having to raise their voice, even in noisier environments. So, it can be said that HD Voice is almost independent of the mobile handset.
Which Smartphones and Operators support HD Voice?
AT&T, Verizon in the US are the operators that support HD Voice. Japanese and Korean operators are also the best to provide HD Voice. Rogers and Fido in Canada has recently launched HD voice. Orange in the UK are revolutionizing the crystal clear HD Voice call on their mobile network.
iPhone 5, Sony Ericsson Xperia Z support HD Voice. Sony Ericsson networks are mostly capable of supporting HD Voice, and again it is up to the operators whether to enable or not the HD Voice parameters. Ericsson is the initiator of HD Voice technology.
The number of mobile operators and smartphones to support HD voice are increasing, you can share with us in comments below. In the meanwhile watch this TV commercial from Orange Voice HD.