Sprint Galaxy Note 3 suffering from call distortion issues
Well, here’s another issue that’s being reported about the Galaxy Note 3, after the infamous region lock and problems with flashing custom software on it, though this time it’s more of an issue on the carrier side rather than with Samsung or the device in general. What’s the issue, you ask? Well, those who purchased the Sprint variant of the Note 3 have been experiencing poor audio quality on calls, making it almost impossible to have a normal chat with the person on the other side.
Affected users say that the problem is with calls, not the earpiece/mic, as calls over VoIP services like Skype sound fine while calls made over Sprint’s network are distorted to the extent of being unusable. Since this isn’t an issue reported by users of other variants of the phablet, it’s like a software problem specifically in the Sprint variant, as even replacement devices don’t fix it. Sprint has acknowledged the problem and is looking for a solution, and Samsung is also currently relaying all complaints about the issue to the carrier, so let’s hope a solution is found soon.
Any of you Sprint Galaxy Note 3 owners experiencing poor call quality?