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Does anyone know what capabilities the keyone has? 3xCA? HPUE? I cant seem to find anything on this.

 

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Interesting. So that claims only 2xCA but does have HPUE.

 

 

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Yeah, I thought so too. Kind of surprising considering how long 3XCA has been around.

 

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Well, it's at least as capable as the 5X was on the same towers:

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Has this device received an update to enable WiFi Calling yet?

I wonder how well it’s selling.

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Not yet. I wonder too.

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What is Voice Call Continuity? Is that calling while using data at the same time, such as talking while searching the internet, posting on S4GRU, etc.?

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On 11/8/2017 at 11:05 PM, Arysyn said:

What is Voice Call Continuity? Is that calling while using data at the same time, such as talking while searching the internet, posting on S4GRU, etc.?

https://community.sprint.com/t5/Buzz-About-Wireless/Make-calls-and-use-data-at-the-same-time-with-Sprint-s-Calling/ba-p/961338

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On 11/8/2017 at 10:36 PM, Grabber5.0 said:

Not yet. I wonder too.

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We have an answer!

 

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We have an answer!  

 

Is this the answer saying KEYone is not getting it, but Essential is? I can't remember which phone I was referring to. BTW who wants to buy me an Essential phone to play with? I used my upgrade on the KEYone. I want all the phones. :D

 

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1 minute ago, Grabber5.0 said:


Is this the answer saying keyone is not getting it, but Essential is? I can't remember which phone I was referring to.

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KeyONE is getting it. That’s what you were referring to.

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KeyONE is getting it. That’s what you were referring to.

I didn't see it on the page. Am I blind or just crazy? Wait, don't answer that! :D

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1 minute ago, Grabber5.0 said:


I didn't see it on the page. Am I blind or just crazy? Wait, don't answer that! :D

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Haha. Did you see the embedded link?

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Haha. Did you see the embedded link?

I did, but I don't see the KEYone on the community page it links to, or in the latest comments. I remember a statement that WiFi calling would be enabled in a future software update, but until it happens, I'm skeptical.

 

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17 hours ago, Grabber5.0 said:

I did, but I don't see the KEYone on the community page it links to, or in the latest comments. I remember a statement that WiFi calling would be enabled in a future software update, but until it happens, I'm skeptical.

 

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I remember reading this somewhere too.

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Still waiting.... I'm just about convinced it will never happen. It's getting bare minimum security updates and that's it.

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7 hours ago, Grabber5.0 said:

Still waiting.... I'm just about convinced it will never happen. It's getting bare minimum security updates and that's it.

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This is really frustrating...

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I'm just about ready to pay off my lease and return mine..

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