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can anyone tell me what is the connection speed using 802.11ac ?
i know that on GN with wifi n you cannot exceed 65mbs and i hope HTC doesn't limit the ac to a speed lower than 900mbs.

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Damn, you're talking about 900mbps? I've got a connection of only 21 mbps

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802.11ac is only as fast as your router and the speeds you get from your provider, and as far as I know, no provider offers 900mbps connections. I have xfinity 105 mbps package and the wifi on my iphone 5 averages 50 mbps
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802.11ac is only as fast as your router and the speeds you get from your provider, and as far as I know, no provider offers 900mbps connections. I have xfinity 105 mbps package and the wifi on my iphone 5 averages 50 mbps
this is not entirely true.
google fiber has 1Gb internet solution but this is not what I'm trying to find out.
I want to know the connection speed showed in settings under wifi when you are connected to a 802.11ac router.
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433Mbit/sec is the theoretical maximum for the HTC One
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433Mbit/sec is the theoretical maximum for the HTC One
Source: https://twitter.com/nerdtalker/statu...484417/photo/1
thank you very much!

its less than I expected but for a phone I think that's enough
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thank you very much!

its less than I expected but for a phone I think that's enough
Pardon by am I really intrigued by your question Do you by chance have the capacity to peak out the maximum limit of the wifi ac?
 
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Pardon by am I really intrigued by your question Do you by chance have the capacity to peak out the maximum limit of the wifi ac?
yes, i can use all the bandwidth from a 802.11ac and the simplest example is file sharing.
also you are not limited to 1 process so you can simultaneously do file sharing, video streaming, download, upload etc.
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I am finding that the HTC One refuses to connect to my Asus RT-AC66U router. Unfortunately the AC standard being draft, I suspect its a compatibility issue. It seems to go into authentication, delay, then try again over and over.

In the end I had to connect on my 2.4GHz output instead for now.
 
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I am finding that the HTC One refuses to connect to my Asus RT-AC66U router. Unfortunately the AC standard being draft, I suspect its a compatibility issue.
Hope not that's the router u was looking at getting,
Ps if you or any one can post a screen shot showing the connection speed

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