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Conference on Android

Nikes Shah
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Can we do conference call, video conference using Android?

From various websites it seems that Android is Internet oriented phone.
Devender Thareja
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Nikes Shah wrote:
From various websites it seems that Android is Internet oriented phone.

Hi Nikes,

It improves the user experience of using the Internet on a small device. In that sense, it is Internet oriented. It is not a phone but rather an operating system for phone(s). So far there is one phone only but many more (from multiple vendors) are coming soon. The phone part of device is regular cellular phone, not a VOIP phone or something like that.
The iPhone have a feature of conference call with two peoples. I guess it should be there on G1 too but I am not sure. Somebody who owns the G1 can confirm.

Devender Thareja
I agree. Here's the link:
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