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Apple is the one who reported double the speeds, so they obviously figured out a way to make it work.

Say what?????
post #432 of 778
Can't seem to find any detail specs of its hardware. Any change on its audio, etc.? Frequency of its CPU?
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Where have you been the last 15 years?

The Nokia 9000 was released in 1996. I don't remember even seeing a locked version of it anywhere.

Either way, any GSM phone can be purchased unlocked. It's nothing new.
As a mod or ex-mod I expect better. My post states CDMA, and names the CDMA only carriers.

Manyak, why are your posts not more revealing or informative?
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If you take a fast processor and clock it down a bit, it can consume less power than a slow processor at regular clock speed.
That's way too general of a statement, and it doesn't always hold true. For example: PIII Tulatain vs P4 Northwood

A Northwood downclocked to 1.4GHz had a TDP of ~40W, while a 1.4GHz Tulatain had a TDP of ~30W.
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Say what?????
I read that it's true; double the speeds


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As a mod or ex-mod I expect better. My post states CDMA, and names the CDMA only carriers.

Manyak, why are your posts not more revealing or informative?
Your post states "CDMA/GSM".

I'm not sure how much more informative you want me to get. It's an old phone, with a 386 CPU, and I think 8 MB of RAM.
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Apple is the one who reported double the speeds, so they obviously figured out a way to make it work.
Ok, that doesn't make sense :/
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Say what?????
Apple claims they can get double the download speeds on 3G by using two antennas with separate send/receive data streams on difference frequencies.

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The iPhone 4s will have a new antenna design that Apple claims will double iPhone’s download time and contend with 4G service from competitors. It will feature a dual smart-antenna system that can switch between antennae for send and receive packets. Schiller said this would help improve call quality and speed up downloads.
http://www.suntimes.com/business/803...s-keynote.html


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That's way too general of a statement, and it doesn't always hold true. For example: PIII Tulatain vs P4 Northwood

A Northwood downclocked to 1.4GHz had a TDP of ~40W, while a 1.4GHz Tulatain had a TDP of ~30W.
Hence the reason I used the word "can".
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Looking at the specs and new features of iPhone 4S on Apple's website, I'm kinda sad. I'm an Android lover at heart, but it's obvious that Apple drives the market, single handedly snatching 18%+ of the market. None of these features are nothing new, and are just playing catch up. Now it feels like they're selling a pretty handset, not an innovative product. Seeing as how all the other manufacturers respond to Apple's moves, this may signal to other manufacturers to take it easy for a little while....
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Here's the keynote, in case someone wants to watch it.

Siri looks quite nice TBH.

http://events.apple.com.edgesuite.ne...ent/index.html
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