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LG Says LTE on Nexus 4 Due to Combo-Chip from Qualcomm

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Tofuchong

Nov 9, 2012, 1:08 PM
over in the "LG Nexus 4" discussion:

Navigation Fail ?

Screenshot of the phone says it'll only take slightly less than 3.5 hours to fly from San Francisco to Taiwan. Distance from San Francisco to Taiwan is 6449 miles. I really doubt the plane is travelling 2000 Mph.
Flight schedules are normally shown in local times. That's crossing quite a few time zones, so that looks about right.
It says delayed, scheduled for 5:20, so it's really saying it's a 5:12 difference between takeoff and landing times. (Not considering the date, nor time zones.)

That's not far off. Looking at actual flights from SFO to TPE, most leave at something ...
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LG - Strike 1
No LTE - Strike 2
T-Mo - Strike 3

I hope those rumors of a Galaxy Nexus 2 from Samsung are true cause I can't trust LG. Even if they have supposedly stepped up their game, cameras on the devices still suck as does call quality and t...
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bradspace

Nov 28, 2012, 3:48 PM
over in the "LG Nexus 4" discussion:

So to be clear...

This will work on AT&T HSDPA+ bands?
1900? Yes.
Its fully AT&T HSPA+ compatable 850 and 1900
iansltx

Nov 26, 2012, 4:12 PM

...except it does

The N4 supports LTE on AWS, regardless of what LG says. Of course, the only carrier that has both a GSM/HSPA network and (future) LTE in AWS in the US is T-Mobile. But the phone will connect at LTE speeds in that band.

I guess the big question is whether the phone can receive dual spatial streams (2 receive antennas on at once), since technically you need that to be up to spec on LTE. So far, results are inconclusive as to whether this is the case. If not, LG is selling a phone that isn't compliant with the LTE standard, even though it will connect to towers just fine (albeit at half the download speed of a normal LTE device). However my bet is that the DC-HSPA+ capabilities built into the N4 are enough to allow diverse receive on LTE, so...
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