Just had a few questions about HSPA+ 42mbps and 4G.
Friend is planning to switch over to T-Mobile and was hoping to get a good idea of his options. I've recommended the Nexus 4, but wanted to know a little more about the phone's speeds in the coming years. He probably plans to keep the N4 for at least 2 years.
I felt the need to provide all the radios available for the Nexus 4. Hope you are down...
The .24, .27, &.33 versions allow for LTE/HSPA+/HSPA/EDGE connectivity. The .48 &.54 versions offer the same, except LTE. This post will be maintained and updated by me or whomever may contribute to this thread.
I think I have changed my mind that LTE isn't any big deal anymore in day to day use. So far as not having it on a new GSM phone goes anyway. I have shunned say the L9 for not having LTE but I'm wondering now if that really matters in real use.
We unfortunately don’t have the privilege of seeing the new Nexus devices in person, but that hasn’t stopped Google from announcing its newest additions to the Nexus family. Google went ahead and announced one of the worst kept secrets and announced the 3G HSPA+ Nexus 7 32GB model.
Newb question here, hopefully someone can help. I have the HSPA Galaxy nexus, voice and text works, but data does not work off of a prepaid sim. Anyone can help? do i need to mess with the settings or prl codes??
It was only a matter of time before we saw the first batch of Google devices get the anticipated Jelly Bean update since you know— it had just released Android 4.1 to the AOSP and all. And so just when you thought life with the GSM/HSPA+ version of the Galaxy Nexus couldn’t get any better, it just got better as it is officially getting the smooth and buttery update.