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By swami1, Junior Member on 7th April 2012, 01:30 AM
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7th April 2012, 11:43 PM |#11  
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Even with quad core processor? Is there any more fine tuning can be done to settings?

Thanks for the help BTW.

Quad core does nothing for what you are talking about. The modem on the Galaxy Note LTE will be much faster for your data speeds, but the phone will have much more lag compared to the One X.
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Asian version to 4 core . excellent

What is the difference in Asian Version?
12th April 2012, 09:39 AM |#13  
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What is the difference in Asian Version?

It's the One X with Tegra 3. The One XL is the LTE variant.
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13th April 2012, 05:31 AM |#14  
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there is no way the One X can compare on ATT to a Note LTE, when you are in an LTE area the Note will fly

Were I live AT&T LTE seems slow, but still a bit faster than H+.

Avg down load on H+ 5-6mbs

Avg up load on H+ .7-.99 mbs

Avg down load on LTE 7-8mbs

Avg upload on LTE 7-10mbs
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Were I live AT&T LTE seems slow, but still a bit faster than H+.

Avg down load on H+ 5-6mbs

Avg up load on H+ .7-.99 mbs

Avg down load on LTE 7-8mbs

Avg upload on LTE 7-10mbs

Sounds like you're in a cell that's already been heavily loaded. Try either around 2 PM or 1-2 AM, you should get double to triple the speed.
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Sounds like you're in a cell that's already been heavily loaded. Try either around 2 PM or 1-2 AM, you should get double to triple the speed.

It was about 3pm in the AT&T store and I was the only one there. I went again to a AT&T, but this one was in the mall and it was 4PM. Got about the same speeds.

My S2 on H+ beet, the 3rd ipad on LTE, the 900 and the note in loading web pages. Video was about a tie or a win for the note. ( ipad and 900 with out flash. I could not get 1080P video to play well on the note, but it likely needed a reboot or update.)

The first time my Razr was having LTE "issues" and speed tested 400-600kbs DL and 10UP. The 2nd time it could not even pick up 4G. ( One of the AT&T reps was looking at this and he said wow that must suck.)

I still have his card and yes geting 400-600kbs sucks on LTE. I got it fixed, but it took forever.

The only way I could try at 1am is if I were to buy one and then take it back and pay a $35 restocking fee+billed for a day+more. ( I am not doing that, I will likely just wait for the S3, becuase I like my S2 a lot. First smart phone with unlimited non smart phone data and even with more then 5GB of use no text. )
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