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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by furat, Oct 28, 2009.

  1. furat

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    I'm disappointed that this screaming fast phone still can't load pages as fast as the iPhone 3GS. I was hoping it would outperform the GS.
     
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    Doesn't that depend on the speed and quality of the 3G connection? This was one test in one location on one website.
     
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    It was a test over Wi-fi. They had the same Wi-fi connection.
     
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    Oh okay. Though when I went to a T-Mobile store and tested out a G1, it couldn't load anything on the Wifi, but loaded so quickly on the 3G. I would love to see a 3G vs 3G for iPhone vs Droid since one of the biggest selling points for me is the network. I want to be on the internet while driving in my car. But I understand that that would require multiple location benchmarking.
     

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