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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by MikeC1408, Nov 1, 2010.

  1. MikeC1408

    MikeC1408 Well-Known Member
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    Probably a stupid question, but here goes anyway.....................

    On previous phones I've had either Edge or 3G

    Using the Desire on O2 (bought sim free from CPW) in an area where i would normally see a very strong 3G but I'm seeing H (HSPA).

    Is this better than 3G and if not why am I now not seeing 3G anymore?

    Thanks

    OK so HSDPA an enhanced 3G i.e. 3.5G so I take it I'm better off (I Hope), see said it was a stupid question :D
     

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  2. SUroot

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    H is 3.5G
    So yes its better, where there Is 3g, there is usually h.
     
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  3. MikeC1408

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    Beat me to it Dan, Senior moment there, Just seeing so many new things on this phone.

    Which I got it months ago.
     
  4. SUroot

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    Such a good handset. I never look back.
     
  5. marky711

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    does the HTC Desire s support hspa+
     
  6. Hadron

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    Hi Marky711, and welcome to AF :)

    You'll get your best answer in the Desire S forum - this is the original Desire here. But I think the 2 year old Desire S is good for 14 Mbit/s download, which I believe you'd call hsdpa rather than hspa+.
     
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