[MWC 2012] Today at the Mobile World Congress, LG demonstrated the world’s first voice-to-video conversion over a LTE network. The demonstration used LG’s proprietary technology which allows users to switch back and forth between high quality voice and high resolution video call modes during an ongoing conversation. Remember the days of hanging up your voice call just so you can make another call in video mode? Well, with LG’s voice-to-video conversion technology, those days are over.
In addition to the switching of voice and video, LG also demonstrated a video sharing service which enables real-time sharing of videos over a LTE network, as they are being recorded. It is a useful service for folks who are interested in shooting live footage of events with their smartphones. Expect these features to be part of LG’s upcoming devices in the future.
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