T-Mobile and Qik Launch Mobile Video Chat Service

Posted by at 8:53 am on November 5, 2010

Qik and T-Mobile  have announced details of the live video communications, sharing and messaging service to be available to consumers across with the U.S. through the new T-Mobile myTouch 4G.

The deployment of new higher speed networks, like T-Mobile’s 4G like HSPA+ mobile broadband network, together with the introduction of devices like the new T-Mobile myTouch with 1GHz CPU and 720P video capability, now makes possible a new social video experience providing consumers with new ways to communicate with their friends, family, and through social networks.

T-Mobile Video Chat powered by Qik offers dramatically improved video quality and frame rates compared to other video calling solutions on the marketplace through deep hardware integration. Further, this is the first video communications service that is integrated directly into the native Android address book including live presence indication. From the device address book, users can view if their contacts are available to engage in a live video session, and can directly initiate a session from the native device user interface.

Unlike existing video calling solutions, T-Mobile Video Chat powered by Qik allows users not only to conduct live two-way video conversations from their mobile device, but also allows users to leave video messages.

The service also allows friends and family members to receive video messages on over 200 supported phone models, and also allows users to share moments through social networks, to stream live to the web, and to archive their important memories through a dedicated video management site at http://www.qik.com/.

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