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Re: iPhone 5 to Nexus 4 switch
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dinosaur1 wrote:
Pinged at 153 ms
4G gives me 8.89 down, 1.22

I heard that the Nexus 4 will not give me true 4G speeds though.

That's really good for HSPA+.  Most I've seen on the HSP+ network around me is around 6 Mbps, and as low as 1 Mbps.  But I know some areas get as good as 10 Mbps.

 

8 Mbps is fine for darned near anything.

 

Nexus 4 won't give you LTE, but if you don't have LTE in your area, that doesn't matter anyway.  Nexus 4 should give you the same speeds you are seeing now.  The speed is almost always capped by the network, not the hardware.

 

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