UPDATED: HTC HD7 snapped wearing T-Mobile logo and 16GB of storage
0. phoneArena 11 Oct 2010, 00:59 posted on
It was the night before the Windows Phone 7 introduction and all through the grounds, a picture of a T-Mobile branded HTC HD7 was making the rounds...
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1. Doakie (Posts: 2005; Member since: 06 May 2009)
Dude I dunno about the HD7 if it doesn't have hspa+ because that level of speed is what is required in flagship handsets these days. I'm not disappointed in my Vibrants performance on 3g I got a 5800kbps yesterday so its got good enough bandwidth but its still nice to have those specs to compete.
2. ACiD (unregistered)
Gee you are a moron aren't you . Tmobile's "3g" network is HSDPA+ period. regardless of whether your device is able to use it , how much of it. You should be able to see somewhere about 3400 - 5800 on the device . I do with my HD2 as well on average. so think 5.8 megabits.... verizon is CURRENTLY at 600kpbs average , sprint is 2.4 megabits , at&t is 900kpbs on average. That said , Tmobile is 6 times higher than verizon ? .... Yes , is the answer. Verizon's LTE and AT&T's LTE when it comes out , is 2 - 5 megabits ..... NOT unlimited. (neither company) . Rest assured your speed is still better than " 4g "Wimax" or 4g "LTE" . You feel kind of silly now don't you for asking such a question ? Perhaps you did not know how the technology works?