May 22, 2010
Using, my Nexus One gets 0.73 Mbps download and 0.85 Mbps upload while running 3G (full bars). are these normal 3G speeds?
Yeah I'm on T-Mobile. When they upgrade to 7.2mbps, will our nexus ones' speeds be close to it's maximum potential?
The upload speed is typically about what I get on Tmo 3G although I'm usually running about 1.3-1.5Mbps for download speeds. I'm in Minneapolis area, the 3G coverage here is pretty darn good but the signal on my N1 is considerably weaker than the MT3G3 that I had before.
May 26, 2010 12:27 am
- Network: Cell
- Server: Tampa, FL
- Location: Ft Lauderdale, FL
- Download: 0.54Mbps
- Upload: 0.19Mbps
- Ping: 276ms

What's everyone else getting?
It isn't the phone, its T-mo.

I have stood in a good cover of service and gotten 2 Mbs down and 1.5 Mbps up. (Fastest I have gotten) In other areas I get half that, some a quarter of it.

You get what you pay for I other carrier has the rate plan that I got with T-mo.
May 26, 2010 11:31 am CDT

- Network: T-Mobile 3G
- Server: Chicago, IL
- Location: Minneapolis, MN
- Download: 1.67Mbps
- Upload: 0.34Mbps
- Ping: 264ms
On sprint in chicago I get about 1.5-2 mbps down and .5 up consistently.

Tapatalk. Samsung Moment. Yep.
So I finally got my old 2.1 market to work (thanks Rusty!) and downloaded SpeedTest to find out if there really is an issue with 3G speeds on the FroYo nexus one.

With FroYo, my speeds were between .5-.6 Mbps download, and 1.2-1.5 Mbps upload.

When I rolled back to 2.1 I got between 2 Mbps and 3 Mbps download, 1.2-1.5 Mbps upload.

Yup, there is definitely a difference. That being said, take with a heaping pile of salt that I run AT&T, and the FroYo release is not meant for any AT&T N1 (or any of our N1's for that matter). When the real version comes out, I'm pretty sure it will be just fine (but I'll check again to make sure obviously).
Using, my Nexus One gets 0.73 Mbps download and 0.85 Mbps upload while running 3G (full bars). are these normal 3G speeds?

I'm on AT&T with N1 and get 2556 down and 1695 up. Doing the same test with an iPhone 3G is 1100 down and 200 up.
Paramus NJ
Download: 2633.2 kbits/s (Max: 2702.2 Kbits/s)
Upload: 434.9 kbits/s (Max: 492.5 Kbits/s)
Location: 40.9353 lat, -74.0713 log)
Network T-mobile Edge

Levittown NY
Download: 855.9 kbits/s (Max: 855.9 Kbits/s)
Upload: 336.6 kbits/s (Max: 338.5 Kbits/s)
Network T-mobile Edge

mostly depends on your cellular network i believe
I only get GPRS. I did get a nice 3G 512kbit connection when I went way up north to OKC but other than that I get about 28kbit. T-mobile is not the best provider in Oklahoma.
Yeah the n1 could really make a difference. Processor and phone specs can hugely impact bandwidth tests.

Tapatalk. Samsung Moment. Yep.
May 30, 2010 10:53 am BST

- Network: 3UK, 3G
- Location: Middle of bl**dy nowhere, in a peat-bog, Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland.

In my car...
- Download: 2.42Mbps
- Upload: 1.66Mbps

I've seen 3.8Mbps...