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Whats the maximum MBIT/S the OnePlus One can get?

  1. nanaba4r
    Jelly Bean Sep 29, 2014


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  2. locklear308
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 29, 2014

    locklear308 , Sep 29, 2014 :
    150 really isn't that fast
     

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  3. nanaba4r
    Jelly Bean Sep 29, 2014

    nanaba4r , Sep 29, 2014 :
    Unless u organizing world hacking conference.....What on earth do you need more than 150MBps on your PHONE for?
     

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  4. ultimusrex
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 29, 2014

    ultimusrex , Sep 29, 2014 :
    FYI, there's a huge difference between the 150 Mbps the OP is talking about and what you wrote as 150 MBps. Network speed/bandwidth is rarely measured in MB (MiB).
     

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  5. firewire2035
    KitKat Sep 29, 2014


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  6. locklear308
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 30, 2014

    locklear308 , Sep 30, 2014 :
    I mean in general. It's 2014 and still the average speed in the US is less than 10. That's just pathetic.

    In this day and age 50 should be considered the bare minimum
     

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  7. rwoods716
    KitKat Sep 30, 2014

    rwoods716 , Sep 30, 2014 :
    Something about this seems...off. I've never heard anyone ever complain about 150 mbps. You're at Cupcake level. I'm going to guess that you don't have the OPO yet, you checked the specs at GSMArena, and saw that it gets 150 mbps down and wanted to sound like you had breaking news in the forum.
     

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  8. AbuKole
    Gingerbread Oct 5, 2014

    AbuKole , Oct 5, 2014 :
    Thanks. Nice fedora, by the way.
     

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  9. AbuKole
    Gingerbread Oct 5, 2014

    AbuKole , Oct 5, 2014 :
    You just went the networking geek version of "I've seen better". Congrats.
     

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  10. locklear308
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 5, 2014

    locklear308 , Oct 5, 2014 :
    No I'm not being funny. it's 2014 and people consider 150 mb/s fast?

    150mb/s should be the bare minimum to be considered normal internet.
     

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  11. AbuKole
    Gingerbread Oct 5, 2014

    AbuKole , Oct 5, 2014 :
    You're right. You're not. And most normal people don't do anything on the internet, let alone via their phone, that requires anywhere near 150Mb/s. Just sayin'...
     

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  12. ultimusrex
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 5, 2014

    ultimusrex , Oct 5, 2014 :
    You are talking in technical terms, so it's important to be technically correct. It appeared that you deliberately typed an uppercase "M" and "B" , and a lowercase "p" and "s", so it appeared to me that you understood something about the difference between lower and uppercase letters in network speed specifications. But what YOU noted was megabytes, not the megabits that the OP is talking about and expecting twice that speed. 150 megabytes would actually be EIGHT times faster than what he is complaining about, in which case he probably would not be complaining.
     

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  13. aspherical
    Jelly Bean Oct 5, 2014

    aspherical , Oct 5, 2014 :
    I would not expect AC wifi on a phone to be as fast as AC wifi on a laptop due to limitations with antennas as mentioned earlier on this thread. 150mb sounds pretty decent to me for a phone, even on AC.
     

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  14. AbuKole
    Gingerbread Oct 11, 2014

    AbuKole , Oct 11, 2014 :
    Hurt derr numbers I'm wrong. Is essentially what you said.
     

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