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Re: Competition is good
said by iLive4Fusion:God...
Oh god. You have no clue about HSPA do you? The Nexus one is an HSPA 7.2 Phone. You must fail to realize the differences between HSPA+ and HSPA. I don't think there is a phone for T-Mobile that is capable of speed's higher than HSPA 7.2. BTW. I do know my stuff about cellular tech's.
Ahahahahaha... oh yesss, you know "your stuff about cellular tech\'s" (sic!)
Apparently your stuff equals almost nothing.
HSPA+ is HSPA with a speed upgrade (via MIMO) while, as all HSxA standards, remaining backward compatible - in other words you have absolutely zero clue about your OWN PHONE, pal.
And citing Wiki show's how much you know.
Nope, it shows where you should start your readings
because you obviously don't know anything about cellular standards at ALL.
And maybe before practically calling me an idiot, you should review the spec's and info of thing's first.
Nexus one is ONLY capable of HSDPA 7.2 and HSUPA 2mbps.
...you are truly priceless!
Since you are unable to read my link here's a nugget for you: HSDPA + HSUPA = HSPA standard (of which a faster and upgraded version is called HSPA+ in case you are confused.)
And no, speed differences are not standalone standards.
The speedtest your using is very inaccurate and you need to use an actual APP.
Is this something that comes from your iKnowledge - "there's an app for that"?
Dude, you are embarrassing yourself pretty badly already, why don't you just stop posting your nonsense and read about these things first?
The mobilespeedtest.com site I'm using is rather more accurate than any retarded app - because it measures one thing and one thing only: X MB under Y seconds. That's it. No influence by local CPU or memory shortage or anything else.
Also it's been proven zillion times that all apps are WORTHLESS because no mobile network will peak up to 10+ megabit with a 500kB-1MB test.
BTW. There are several speed standard of HSPA all the way from 7.2 to 42. And Snapdragon has nothing to do with network speed's, network speed's have to do with the internal chipset.
Snapdragon is a PLATFORM which INCLUDES THE RADIO CHIPSET...
...is there anything you fcukin know about this, seriously?
said by bicker:
Waaaa waaaa waaaa. You just want what you want and don't care to factor in what is right or true. Your perspectives are un-American, and deserve far more ridicule than I'm prepared to pile on them.