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Personal Computer Journal just recently got a chance to test out Sprint’s forthcoming LTE network. The network, which is scheduled to present by 2014, is a very vital financial investment for Sprint– AT&T and Verizon are already making progress on their applications of LTE, and even T-Mobile has its accelerated HSPA + network to lean on for a while. Luckily, Personal Computer Journal’s outcomes should offer Sprint clients a justification for their patience. The tests were done using an LG Viper 4G LTE and ordinary download rates hovered between 9 and 13Mbps. Upload speeds pertained to a passable 2.19 Mbps, which places Sprint’s LTE service quicker than T-Mobile HSPA +, however timid of AT&T and Verizon’s LTE. This likely boils down to the Spint’s network using 5MHz segments of spectrum … Continue reading & hellip;
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I have an Envy Touch with a Micro SD card in it. I plug it into my Windows 7 computer and download songs into my music player. If I were to download 30 or more songs would that make it slower or have some kind of negative effect on the phone?
etc: Droid sales were a hair faster than the original iPhone in its first 74 days, but the Nexus One was far slower. Analytics firm Flurry credits this largely to consumer perception and demand.
Droid sales were a hair faster than the original iPhone in its first 74 days, but the Nexus One was far slower. Analytics firm Flurry credits this largely to consumer perception and demand.
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I'm thinking about getting the Telus Milestone soon, but I've been reading about Droid users complaining that their devices are getting slower and slower progressively as days go by.
Is it because people are stupid, so they install whole bunch of active widgets and apps and expect their device to be able to handle all that?
Or is there actually some kind of inherent problem with Android, where crap builds up in the OS over time, kinda like Windows Mobile?
I'm a Windows Mobile…
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