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    Re: Are you still happy with your Thunderbolt?

    I went to the SGS3 and couldn't be happier to leave the bolt. The S3 doesn't have signal problems, battery life is great, and its blazing fast. I wanted the nexus but I'm glad I got the S3.

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    [QUOTE="Nyobie"]There are a lot of choices out there as everybody knows. From time to time, I take a peek at what's new to see if there's anything worth making the leap. My hubbie and I vowed to stay on the leading edge of technology where gadgets are concerned. Neither of us want to be the old person who can't figure out how to use the new gizmo his kid or grand kid gave him for his birthday if you know what I mean.

    I currently own the following Android and Apple products: HTC Thunderbolt, HTC EVO 4G, iPad (original), iPhone 4S (Verizon 4G LTE) and I have a corporate iPhone 4G (AT&T) which really stinks speed wise compared to Verizon's 4G LTE Network.


    I wasn't aware that that there was an iphone 4S that had LTE capability.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NOVICE View Post
    I wasn't aware that that there was an iphone 4S that had LTE capability.
    There isn't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geoff5093 View Post
    There isn't.
    It's able to access HSPA+, which is what AT&T was calling "4G" for a while.
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    Quote Originally Posted by npro1464 View Post
    It's able to access HSPA+, which is what AT&T was calling "4G" for a while.
    Correct, however 4G and LTE are two different things.
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    Well, it wasn't long after I replied when I figured out that 4G wasn't available on Verizon's iPhone 4S but AT&T has it. Then came the iPhone 5.
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    From what I understand 4G is LTE due to having LTE capabilities. If you have a 4G phone, you were capable of LTE data speeds.
    The iPhone 4s was never a 4G LTE phone.
    HSPA is not LTE. I remember the fiasco when ATT pushed that notion out and got alot of flack for that misrepresentation.
    E.g. iPhone 5 will show 4g on the notification bar but unless it says LTE it's not running at LTE speeds.
    Which is even more confusing for users which was quite comical since many Android 4G LTE phone owners had to explain that to ATT iPhone 4 and 4s users.
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    Quote Originally Posted by armeddroid View Post
    From what I understand 4G is LTE due to having LTE capabilities. If you have a 4G phone, you were capable of LTE data speeds.
    The iPhone 4s was never a 4G LTE phone.
    HSPA is not LTE. I remember the fiasco when ATT pushed that notion out and got alot of flack for that misrepresentation.
    E.g. iPhone 5 will show 4g on the notification bar but unless it says LTE it's not running at LTE speeds.
    Which is even more confusing for users which was quite comical since many Android 4G LTE phone owners had to explain that to ATT iPhone 4 and 4s users.
    I agree that it's very confusing. There are different 4G technologies, HSPA+ being one, and LTE being one. The iPhone 4S showed 4G on AT&T phones because it supported HSPA+, whereas Verizon and Sprint only supported EvDO (3G). The iPhone 5 shows 3G, or LTE. The AT&T version may show 3G, 4G, and LTE.
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    I left the TBOLT in the dust with the SG3. No regrets & I must say I'm very impressed with the SG3!!
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    I've had the GS3 and the MAXX HD, both phones I ended up returning. Now I'm back on the Thunderbolt and have no regrets, I'm not compromising, I want a phone with awesome display, great camera, great specs, and good battery life. The GS3 has poor battery life and felt cheap, the MAXX HD was uncomfortable to hold, had a poor display and horrible camera. Here's hoping the HTC 5" flagship will be good, whenever I use/see a One X I am blown away with how good the display and phone look.
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