iPhone 5 with HSPA+ Capable:21Mbps Download Speed vs Samsung Galaxy S II
iPhone 5 vs Galaxy S II – When Compared to Samsung Galaxy S II supports HSPA+21Mbps Download Speeds, upcoming iPhone 5 capable to support HSPA+ Download Speeds upto 21Mbps . Apple Confirm the iPhone 5 Event on October 4th . According to Japanese Blog,reported by a China Unicom executive confirmed that the Next Generation iPhone (5th Gen), labled as iPhone 5 support HSPA+ with 21Mbps Download speeds .
What is HSPA+? is it a 4G compatible Network or 3G or 3.5G and How many Devices supports 21Mbps Download and Upload Speeds . Actually, HSPA+ is quite not a 4G, and often dubbed 3.5G by those using it, offers a theoretical download speed of 21 Mbps, up from the current limit of 7.2Mbps.
No Android Phone, Nokia Smartphone, BlackBerry Phone or Apple iPhone 4 supports that much speed of HSPA+. Why these Smartphones say that the Phone support and capable of 7.2Mbps or 21Mbps Download Speeds.
Example – If you have a Wireless Modem and it supports 21Mbps and when the Carrier giving you that musch of Download Speed, that you can Trust that, and there are no Modems that can give you 21Mbps Download speeds with low Price, Because it Cost More than your Budget. They only say it Supports “upto”, but not. 3Mbps or 7mbps will be limit.
When Going to Boardband that you can get the Speeds of 20Mbps and More for higher Cost. If any Network Carrier, like Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and others give you that much of speed then it will be possible, when with low cost.
The China Unicom executive let the information slip on a slide during a presentation at Macworld Asia, with PC Watch managing to get a sneaky photograph of it.
Of course, that is far from a guarantee that we’ll be seeing high speed network access in the iPhone 5, especially given Apple’s reluctance to move to standards that aren’t fully developed. The original iPhone, released back in 2007, didn’t ship with 3G capabilities, even though most phones from other manufacturers already did. The company cited an underdeveloped 3G network in the United States as the reason for their hesitance, and many pundits believe the same reason is keeping Apple from making the jump to 4G. With HSPA+ very much a stopgap between 3G and 4G, would Apple really bother with it?
There is another reason we can’t see Apple using HSPA+, and that’s carrier parity. As things stand, Apple’s two US carrier partners have the same iPhone, bar the obvious differences in radios. Given the differences in both AT&T and Verizon’s networks, a move to HSPA+ would effectively give the former an advantage over the latter, with AT&T having used HSPA+ as its ‘faux-4G’ in lieu of making the push to LTE 4G. Verizon on the other hand supports LTE, and not HSPA+. Would Apple want to give one partner a very real advantage over another? We’re not so sure. via