[Video] Verizon Galaxy Nexus 4G LTE SpeedTest

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    Thanks to our friends at Phandroid and their Verizon tipster we have a video to hold us over at least for the first half of the morning


    These SpeedTests look impressive, what do you think ?




    Source - Phandroid
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    noticed that the closest server was Tijuana? speeds look good :)
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    My d1 gets over 5mb down and 1 up at my house with 2 bars. And its 3g. My wifes thunderbolt got 10. Hrm... I love this phone, but I hope it performs better. Hell my cousins bionic has ripped off a whopping 20+ here.
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    Ok, we get it... Verizon LTE is fast.
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    There's is no way a d1 can do 5down. Verizon's 3g caps to 2down. The TB can do 20down but periodically cause I have one but 8-12down is the norm
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    Pretty average for an LTE device.
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    Yesterday morning I did a Speedtest with my Razr at my house. NEARLY 25 MBPS!!! That's the highest so far. Upload was around 12MBPS,
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    it's not even 8am and i'm already having withdrawals, need moar!
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    I honestly don't care about the speed - it'll be fast... just want it to be reliable!
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    Agreed. I'm happy with my 3G speeds. I mean, i have the internet everywhere i go. If you think about it, its pretty f'ing amazing. Reliability is my key factor too which is why i switched from AT&T to Verizon with I got my DX on launch day. When the time counts and I need that 3g signal for what may be an emergency, I want to make sure I have it plain and simple.
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    My Rezound, soon to be my wife's, top download speed was 34.3MBS. It varries greatly depending on where I am. At home I get an average of about 12mbs and at my office about 30mbs on average.
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    My friend got the gNex from Canada on t-mobile and wanted me to check the speeds on my new RAZR. I ran about 25 tests from 3 different servers and at various locations and here are the results.

    Ping L-H: 36-50ms Ave: 43
    Download L-H: 14.89-19.24 Mbps Ave: 16.56
    Upload L-H: 14.52-21.57 Mbps Ave: 16.70

    I've been super impressed with this phone, I switched over from my OG Droid and was concerned about the size and no physical keyboard. After a few days of having it tho, my D1 felt bulky and too small and the new version of swipe is really impressive. The highlight feature makes it so I don't miss my physical keyboard a bit. I played with my buddy's gNex and it is also a very impressive phone but we both agreed that the only advantage of it over the RAZR was ICS. I'll take the Moto build quality over getting ICS a few months earlier any day :).
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    Using the same server, my Bionic yesterday was 25.217mb/sec Download and 19.646mb/sec Upload. That was at my parents. At our house (in a valley) it was 15.705mb/sec Download and 4.118mb/sec Upload.

    YMMV, but as others have said, it's just so so.
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    I'm curious to see what kind of speeds I'll get in various parts of Dallas. Anyone here have an idea? I figure it'd be pretty good, especially in the business districts.

    Meh, almost not worth mentioning but there is the plus of it being a so-called "pure Google device." That and NFC, A BAROMETER (OMFGWOW!), no shutter lag (impressive), and to my enjoyment, no buttons on the face. I agree though, knock Moto all you want, but they make some pretty solid devices. If the Nexus had its features with Motorola's build quality, removable battery and SD card, and no buttons, physical or capacitive, it would be unstoppable!
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    I live/work in Plano/Frisco, and while I've never done any official speedteset (will when I go out for lunch), it flies on 4G. Drove down to White Rock Lake the other night, lost 4G a few times, but maintained connection and worked great overall.
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    And honestly, I don't think you'll ever tell the difference between 10mb/s and 25mb/s - latency is more important and more noticeable than download/upload speeds, at those speeds anyway. Most servers don't let you download or upload more than 2-3 mb/s anyway.
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    LTE just went live in Des Moines, IA November 17th. This is what I'm pulling on my Bionic.

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    Well nevermind... drove from 121/tollway to Best Buy in Frisco and could barely keep a 4G connection - 3G was fine, but 4G wouldn't stick... lol
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    Hmm...I stay a little south of Hebron right next to George Bush and work in Coppell but I'd like to have a reliable 4G connection anywhere around the DFW...