Loc: Hampstead, MD, USA
Originally Posted By: carp
I didn't say Droid - I was talking about IOS
No, you specifically said
"Well Not really for example on Verizon, , features like multi tasking will not work on that system CDMA"
Multitasking has nothing to do with what network any particular phone is on, it's a feature of the OS it's running.
Again, I believe you were talking about the ability of the iPhone or other phones on AT&T to make a voice call and do data transfer simultaneously, which only phones that take advantage of VoRA on Verizon can do (like the push to talk phones).
Also with the next revision of Android, all Google voice calls will be using data only, so you won't even need minutes.
Edited by SgtBaxter (11/14/1008:05 AM)
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Carp, what you're describing is not multitasking - it's just a mistake in the language describing the capability of the network. Multitasking has to do with the OS running on the hardware - nothing to do with the network carrier (though I can't off hand think of the correct term for what you're referring to).
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