Is it Fast Enough for You?

By: John Gray

Most of you will have heard of HSDPA which stands for high speed downlink packet access. HSDPA allows UMTS networks to have higher data transfer speeds and capacity, this means faster internet browsing speeds and faster download speeds for the mobile phone users.

Even though HSDPA (also known as 3.5G) makes mobile phone downloading and browsing quicker, we are never happy and always want features to be faster and better. That's why Samsung have announced there first HSUPA smart phone. HSUPA stands for high speed upload packet access, and it is a cutting edge communication technology that enables users to transmit large scale data, for example music files, images and other user created content.

The Samsung SCH-M470 HSUPA smart phone will be able to upload two MP3 songs in just one minute. It will support high upload speeds of 2Mbps, this is around 6 times faster than current 3G mobile phones on the market. The SCH-M470 will feature wireless internet with web browsing, push mail, Google search and video calls.

It is unknown as of yet when the SCH-M470 HSUPA smart phone will be released in the UK, in the mean time you will have to make do with HSDPA speeds!

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