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fifty nine

join:2002-09-25
Sussex, NJ
kudos:2

If T-Mobile can do it...

... so can the death star.



ArrayList
netbus developer
Premium
join:2005-03-19
Evanston, IL

If AT&T had their HSPA+ up before T-Mobile they wouldn't have complained either.


en103

join:2011-05-02

I wouldn't have a problem, but '4G' typically refers to HSPA+ (even by AT&T's own standards), and the iPhone 4S is 'only' HSPA at 14.4 Mbps.



Mizzat
Will post for thumbs
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join:2003-05-03
Atlanta, GA
kudos:1

The RTR8605 chip is an HSPA+ chip.
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-M


en103

join:2011-05-02

Interesting... HSPA+ radio (QAM 64), but still limited to 14.4Mbps.



KrK
Heavy Artillery For The Little Guy
Premium
join:2000-01-17
Tulsa, OK
reply to fifty nine

T-Mobile's is a lot faster and "4G'ish" speeds.


iFail 5G

join:2011-08-03
reply to en103

said by en103:

Interesting... HSPA+ radio (QAM 64), but still limited to 14.4Mbps.

It's not a Category 14 chip, its a Cat. 10 HSDPA chip which means no 64QAM so its limited at 14.4mbit/s including overhead.