The reason calls on the Nexus One sound great is Audience's A1026 voice processor, which works with its dual mics to pluck out voice, eliminate background and dynamically adjust audio properties. I hope it goes standard, like oleophobic screens. [VentureBeat]
Why Calls Sound So Good On Nexus One
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