Samsung Galaxy S 4G First 21Mbps Smartphone for T-Mobile
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i dunno how many people, but i'm sure it can be counted on one hand.
I look at that number--
Which means you should see constant speeds in the 1 to 2 MB/s, easy.
realistically, you probably would get between 4 to 9 megs per second.
I like how...
What in the pic makes you think that it is 2.1? The launcher bar at the bottom? That is Touchwiz or whatever Samsung calls it. Its an overlay for...
this vs. the LG Optimus 2x?