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HSPA+ better than G2

2nd November 2010, 10:27 PM |#1  
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im interested in any improvement over the G2's weird H+ issues

This is now the 2nd HSPA phone so im expecting an improvement over the first device. Everything i saw from the G2 was that it was pulling barely noticable numbers over a normal 7.2 phone
3rd November 2010, 12:06 AM |#2  
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im interested in any improvement over the G2's weird H+ issues

This is now the 2nd HSPA phone so im expecting an improvement over the first device. Everything i saw from the G2 was that it was pulling barely noticable numbers over a normal 7.2 phone

Well we'll see tomorrow huh?
3rd November 2010, 01:32 AM |#3  
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The myTouch 4G and G2 are pulling similar download and upload speeds for me in an HSPA+ coverage area (I have both review units in house).
3rd November 2010, 01:43 AM |#4  
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For me It seems I'm getting better signal/speeds with the Mytouch 4g than I did with the g2. Overall I'm much happier with the performance of the 4g over the g2. That hinge was an issue for me. All we need now is a perm. root.
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I'm supposed to be in a HSPA+ area, but I'm only getting between 100-200KB in the T-Mobile store, and at home I'm getting between 50-100KB. These are download speeds.
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I'm supposed to be in a HSPA+ area, but I'm only getting between 100-200KB in the T-Mobile store, and at home I'm getting between 50-100KB. These are download speeds.

you are talking about KBytes per second. not kbps (bits) right. 100-200KB/sec is what i was getting in chicago before they officially change the speeds to 5mbps+ speeds. now i get 4.7-5.8mbps =650-750KB/sec. very pleased with the speeds. way faster than my old dsl.
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3rd November 2010, 06:53 PM |#7  
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you are talking about KBytes per second. not kbps (bits) right. 100-200KB/sec is what i was getting in chicago before they officially change the speeds to 5mbps+ speeds. now i get 4.7-5.8mbps =650-750KB/sec. very pleased with the speeds. way faster than my old dsl.

Yes, that is correct. I'm in the Dallas/Fort Worth area of Texas, it's supposed to be active here.

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