Apple Announces the Dual-Mode CDMA/HSPA+ iPhone 4S
Poor CDMA users
The Thunderbolt, Droid Charge, etc. have all been terrible devices.
Regardless, It lasts 2-5 times as long. I don't know of a single Android handset that even lasts as long as the iPhone 4, let alone 4s.
So by what standard is it "notoriously poor?"
Not according to this nifty little spec sheet i found.
And I love how you say 'Regardless, It lasts 2-5 times as long. I don't know of a single Android handset that even lasts as long as the iPhone 4, let alone 4s'
Yeah, the phone hasn't even been released yet and you already think you know what its performance is going to be.... 🤣 .you really are brainwashed.
This is why Apple people have a reputation of being obsessed cultists
Maybe the iPhone last a bit longer but I'm fine with my Android phones current performance given its Bigger Screen and Faster Network over any current iPhone!
The difference between HSPA+ and HSDPA is pretty significant. Being that HSPA+ is the backhaul for 4g and HSDPA is just a faster 3g, HSPA+ is still about 2 to 3 times faster. Though this phone will be way faster then the previous iPhones I have to say that I am disappointed that Apple postponed its initial launch and still couldn't put out a 4g product.
...The difference between HSPA+ and HSDPA is pretty significant. Being that HSPA+ is the backhaul for 4g and HSDPA is just a faster 3g, ...
I don't know where you heard that, but it's not accurate. Your use of the word backhaul in the sentence makes no sense. If HSDPA is "just faster 3G", so is HSPA+.
HSPA+ is an evolution of HSDPA, which is itself an evolution of WCDMA. They're all just improvements on the same basic technology. That's not a bad thing, it's just how it is.
Whatever you call it, the technology is commonly implemented with max. theoretical speeds including 3.6, 7.2, 14.4, 21, and 42 mbps, depending on the HSPA features implemented by the chipset. T-Mobile sells a number of ...
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