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Old 11-19-2009, 02:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Looking at the blackberry website I can see that the storm2 does not have the HSDPA box ticked. It does have the HSPA box though, is this the same thing?

From what I can tell HSDPA gives a max download speed of 7.2 while HSPA gives 3.6.

Is that correct? Blackberry obviously think they are different enough to list separately but I have not managed to find much to clarify the issue. I've heard the Storm 2 is slow to access full webpages and wondered if this was a reason?

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HSDPA is one thing, HSPA appears to be a connection of HSDPA and HSUPA.
From the link, thats what I can understand anyway.
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Cheers, I already saw that but since some blackberry handsets are marked (on the RIM site) as having HSPDA AND HSPA but the Storm2 has HSPA but NO HSDPA it was a bit confusing.... Was hoping to get that clarified. Might just be an error on the sheet but I would have thought that product descriptions were the one thing they would want to get right.

On another note I phoned the tech support call centre in America somewhere, poor bugger didnt even know what an IMEI number was. lol. Gave up on that one....

Anyone know the answer?

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Ive found (particularly when comparing devices) that RIM's site is not reliable.
even such details as how much memory, can sometimes just not be written.
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