SeleniaI love DebianPremium
I have used voice over IP extensively over wifi and played with it over AT&T HSPA+. I can talk for hours over wifi, but would need a spare battery to do it extensively over the cell network. I got good results but it's a battery killer. Even using my regular cell line is when my phone has HSPA+ reception. If I restrict it to edge, I can talk for hours over the switched circuit, but still not as long as over wifi. LTE Is even more battery hungry, like each new generation of Technology. That and HSPA+ noticeably hurt verses WiFi or 2g when merely browsing or streaming audio. I can definitely see the issue here. It can kill your battery just to have an app using the connection too much with any of these new faster radio technologies.
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