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Re: Competition is good
Since you are obviously unable to even use a search engine properly here's an original article from January:
And the best thing about the HSPA+ upgrade is that its backward compatible, so that the T-Mobile 3G-enabled device being announced this week
its getting faster in 2010.
The QSD8x50 platform consists of the QSD8250 which supports GSM, GPRS, EDGE, HSPA networks while the QSD8650 supports CDMA2000 1X, 1xEV-DORel 0/A/B, GSM, GPRS, EDGE and HSPA networks. Both chipsets include:
1 GHz CPU
Integrated 3G mobile broadband
Support for Wi-Fi® and Bluetooth® connectivity
Built-in seventh-generation gpsOne® engine with Standalone-GPS and Assisted-GPS modes
High-definition (720p) video decode, and multiple video codec support
High-performance 3D graphics up to 22M triangles/sec and 133M 3D pixels/sec
High-resolution up to WXGA (1280x720) display support
12-megapixel camera support
Multiple audio codecs: (AAC+, eAAC+, AMR, FR, EFR, HR, WB-AMR, G.729a, G.711, AAC stereo encode)
Support for mobile broadcast TV (MediaFLO, DVB-H and ISDB-T)
Support for Windows Mobile®, Android, and a number of Linux®-based operating systems
Qualcomms hybrid mode alternative solution
I hope we can conclude that you had little clue about the topic, you had absolutely no clue about your own HSPA/HSPA+ phone nor about HSPA vs HSPA+, the latter being inherently HSPA network and that you are sorry for spreading nonsense about my great results, right?
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.