Could the weaker 3G be related to the antenna location?
I know that some have complained of weaker 3G speeds. I was thinking, could it be because of the antenna location? The CDMA antennae are located in the lower right of the phone only. The problem is probably made worse if you put your hand over the antenna area. The LTE antenna is located in the lower left and LTE diversity antenna in the top side, perhaps why LTE signal is stronger? I am curious about this because the iPhone has CDMA antennae one on top and one on bottom.
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