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Re: Taiwanese Z2 Unboxing for eats7
Originally Posted by intrepid359
That post was a one on one response to help someone I was having a back and forth with. *Out of context it's a bit of a scatterbrained post. *The point was that companies, most notably AT&T, refer to any speed above 3G (3mb/s or so) as 4G, then in the same breath they'll interchange the terms 4G and LTE, as I did in my post. *I will most likely never see speeds greater than 10mb/s where I live yet everyone's phone shows "LTE". *Unlocked phones (pre-carrier) displays the legit signal (3G, HSPA+, LTE etc)...The carriers generalize it to make it look faster than it is. *The poster had said it was his first international phone so I was trying to make him aware of the terminology.
Unless you are actually pulling LTE an international unlocked phone won't say so....You obviously are at 30+mb/s, that's why your phone says LTE all the time. *I, on the other hand, am on H+ until I go to Boston or NYC and it shows LTE and the speeds agree.
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