Peter has more than one cellphone running in Verizon and wants to swap out SIMs to use one number. But he has to use a special SIM in order to get LTE in it. Leo says that may be due to the update that runs VOLTE. But when it takes the SIM out and moves it to the iPhone, he loses visual voicemail. Leo says that's likely a Verizon shortcoming, even though Leo doesn't think there's a technical reason.
Google bought Motorola a few years ago and we're finally going to see the first Google Motorola phone called the Moto X. Leo says that while there's plenty of rumors about what is under the hood, he does believe it'll be one phone to watch.
Rod has a Razr Maxx Android smartphone. He wants to know how to kill applications once he's done with them. Leo says that with the recent versions of Android, killing apps is no longer necessary. The OS will stop the app once he exits from it. Leo says that RAM management isn't really an issue for Android. If RAM starts to run low, Android will automatically kill the oldest process if it's running in the background.
Chuck is a truck driver and he uses a Droid 2, but he's switching his phone service. Leo says it won't work as a phone, but if he removes the sim, it essentially becomes like an iPod. All the apps will still work as long as he has Wi-Fi access.
HTC announced this week a new phone called the HTC Droid DNA with 440 dots per inch! Leo says that's beyond what the human eye can see, so now all those numbers are largely meaningless from here on out.
The Motorola Droid 4 is probably the best and most up-to-date phone with a physical keyboard. Leo's experience is that the physical keyboard phones aren't kept as up-to-date as the big screen phones without keyboards.
Lamarte was looking into the Droid 4 because it has a physical keyboard. Leo says that an on-screen keyboard is a common concern for people getting their first smartphone, but a physical keyboard makes the phone so much thicker and heavier. Leo thinks that once you get used to the on-screen keyboard, it really is better. Lamarte says he just can't get the on-screen keyboards to work well for him though.