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Crescent call quality vs original Blade

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It's a long shot but does anyone have any views on call quality of Crescent compared with original Blade? Or know from the specs whether they use different speakers?

I'm really picky and I know it is subjective but the Blade jut sounds really really clear to my ears compared to other phones I've had. I'd like a Crescent (or possible Skate) but don't wan't to be disappointed with call quality.

(Apols, I'm going to also post in Skate forum as I am considering one as alternative).

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Well apparently Orange has added some kind of technology to make the call quality better called "HD Voice" :

Building on the success of the Orange San Francisco, the San Francisco II adds a number of innovative features, including HD Voice for clear, crisp call quality, Signal Boost allowing users to benefit from enhanced indoor coverage and Orange Mobile Mail. The handset also features the latest Android gingerbread 2.3 operating system, providing users access to Android Market Place, so they can access thousands of the latest new apps.

The quality sounds OK to me, not that much noticably different from the first gen, although I did get rid of the stock rom asap as it was way too slow.

Edited by PsYcHoKiLLa
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That's only with both ends having a SF2 as no other phones have it yet.

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I Currently Have a OSF on Japanese Jellyfish RLS9 rom and was wondering if its worth upgrading the OSF2/Vivacity with a custom rom?

Cheers

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