T-Mobile shows off gigabit LTE on the Galaxy S8

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When the Galaxy S8/S8+ were announced yesterday, Samsung reminded everyone that both devices are gigabit LTE and WiFi ready. T-Mobile did not waste any time showing off its very own gigabit LTE with speeds attaining 926Mbps, which, of course, are theoretical since this test has been conducted in a lab.

“You know what happens when you combine the most advanced LTE network in the country with Samsung’s most powerful phone ever? An entire industry has to redefine the word ‘fast.’” said John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile. “Anyone upgrading to the Galaxy S8 can see up to double their current LTE speeds in nearly 300 cities nationwide! That’s a clear first place finish for the Un-carrier.”

Thanks to Qualcomm’s powerful 10nm Snapdragon 835 and its Snapdragon X16 LTE modem, the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ will be able to pull higher data speeds than other devices on the market. The 2 phones also feature the Qualcomm TruSignal adaptive antenna which helps with the delivery of a better carrier aggregation, improved quality voice and data. You can check out the speed test by T-Mobile below. More info can be found by clicking on the source link.


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