danielsolomon1710, 11 Dec 2014Still GPRS and EDGE? Where there hell are you living dude???Me too actually. I am pratically 95% of the time on GPRS/EDGE. Not because of bad signal strength though, but I get three days of battery life without LTE. I only switch to 3G when downloading (which is mostly 1-2MB/s, but has reached 8.7MB/s) and LTE when I need something urgently.
globe Lte, 12 Dec 2014Let me guess, you're from the Philippines? I presume to be correct.From Philippines here. LTE is already here in Philippines when infact I already enjoy LTE data connection and it is superfast, LTE is already running in Philippines when LTE was introduce in US.
Rjay007, 12 Dec 2014This technology is far ahead of its time..before the final consumer can actually use this it w... morePpl on 3G might consider switching to LTE due to it's more efficient use of the Bandwidth, thus they will get more the 1 Mb / day transfer speeds.
Ppl in civilisation don't need 450 LTE outside of Wall Street, where my next suggestion may suit them better.
What we need is 'WiFi Bonding' (not more, or better, LTE Bonding) so we can connect to a few WiFis at once and increase our Bandwidth (often for FREE, in some areas).
Since LTE is already faster than a (average) Cable Modem we do not need more LTE Bandwidth (in most areas).
If the (average) Cable Company can not get more Fiber then the Cell Towers are also unlikely to get better connectively (than the Cable Company) and be 'Data starved'.
Current Towers already have not caught up to slower LTE (and I live near a huge City). This will be like everyone driving a Tanker Truck (like used to fill a Gas Station) and then trying to find a Gas Station that will let you fill up.
Like finding enough Food Banks for all the fat ppl.
This technology is far ahead of its time..before the final consumer can actually use this it would be just too soon. Instead of making more cores and faster "theoretical" network speeds. Qualcomm should improve the actual performance of their chipsets, battery consumption and heat production, the likes.
danielsolomon1710, 11 Dec 2014Still GPRS and EDGE? Where there hell are you living dude???In the Philippines we still have spots where gprs and edge are the only options...
JBird, 12 Dec 2014Exynos all the way since the era.
S1, S2, S3, S4, S5 and Note series, Exynos always gave bett... moreAre you for real JBird?
Apple uses Exynos? lol that was the dumbest comment i have ever read...
Exynos all the way since the era.
S1, S2, S3, S4, S5 and Note series, Exynos always gave better performance except in GPU.
Hopefully Samsung come up with their own GPU.
BTW why Meizu use Exynos? and Apple too?
Apple use Samsung technology in making their chips not Qualcomm, because they know Exynos is more potential and expensive and a tough chip unlike cheap laggy Qualcomm.
rajesh810222, 12 Dec 2014In india we can't get more than 1mb/s on 3g...so we don't need this...lolAnd that is of you are getting a stable 3g in the firsr place even in major cities..
Qualcomm rules, always said they are the best chip manufacturer, they can't be beaten, while nvidia concentrate solely on the gpu, qualcomm look at the whole picture to enable devices to be excellent multi taskers and more power efficient plus lte always integrated.
In india we can't get more than 1mb/s on 3g...so we don't need this...lol
Qualcomm always do a very good job....now is up to phone manufacturer like Giant Sammy or Sony or HTC to make the different....Samsung stop being lazy...make your own camera for the next flagship and make it better....wonder why everyone is so lazy...everybody is using Sony Camera Sensor...best part is they are doing it better with their Software Algorithm compare to Sony own smartphone...like for example the iPhone 6 Plus....front and back should be using the same camera sensor....people are crazy for Selfie...especially woman...guys also surprisingly...so do it guys...and please don't be stingy with battery capacity...most of us don't really care who make the thinnest phone if the phone is more crappy in battery lifespan.
Anonymous, 11 Dec 2014And i am still using gprs/edge..Still GPRS and EDGE? Where there hell are you living dude???
Meanwhile on my country you cant get more than 5 Mbps on HSPA+ and LTE is experimental and up to 50 Mbps (theoretically...).