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45 minutes ago, though said:

I won't pretend and say I know what that is. Is the Pixel 2, 3, or 4 capable of this?

If not, which devices are?

3,3a,4 has it though capabilities depends on device. Josh posted the ones for the 4 above.

The 3 and 3A has similar capabilities though the cheaper 3a, because of google reasons, have better combination support than the flagship 3. 

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16 hours ago, lilotimz said:

3,3a,4 has it though capabilities depends on device. Josh posted the ones for the 4 above.

The 3 and 3A has similar capabilities though the cheaper 3a, because of google reasons, have better combination support than the flagship 3. 

Please clarify that below is correct, the way I understand it....

1. The Pixel 4 is capable of the exact upload speeds as the screenshot I posted?

2. It won't happen however until Sprint "flips the switch" to enable it, network side?

3. The way he is getting the speeds now is he can manually enable it on his Samsung device, but Pixel devices don't have the menu to do it. Thus, have to wait for Sprint do it network-side.

4. Is there a marketing term for this, like 5G, Sprint Speed, etc?

5. This is not technically Upload Carrier Aggregation?????

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3 hours ago, though said:

 

Sorry double post. Please delete.

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3 hours ago, though said:

Please clarify that below is correct, the way I understand it....

1. The Pixel 4 is capable of the exact upload speeds as the screenshot I posted?

2. It won't happen however until Sprint "flips the switch" to enable it, network side?

3. The way he is getting the speeds now is he can manually enable it on his Samsung device, but Pixel devices don't have the menu to do it. Thus, have to wait for Sprint do it network-side.

4. Is there a marketing term for this, like 5G, Sprint Speed, etc?

5. This is not technically Upload Carrier Aggregation?????

1) If it's operating in B25 as the PCC for DL/UL then potentially.

2) Correct

3) Correct. Sprint needs to do it network side and push the config profile to the device.

4) No.

5) Correct. It's B25 as the primary component carrier which is providing download and upload operations with B41 carriers aggregated for additional downlink capacity. 

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5 minutes ago, lilotimz said:

1) If it's operating in B25 as the PCC for DL/UL then potentially.

2) Correct

3) Correct. Sprint needs to do it network side and push the config profile to the device.

4) No.

5) Correct. It's B25 as the primary component carrier which is providing download and upload operations with B41 carriers aggregated for additional downlink capacity. 

Thanks for the info. Lastly, how will I know when Sprint decides to start pushing this out?

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On 12/18/2019 at 12:36 PM, crazy_vag said:

I usually encounter this after my Caltrain goes through tunnels.  This morning i was pleasantly surprised to see my phone still connected to LTE.  This seems to have come out after/independently of the Dec update.  Has anyone else noticed improved there?

*sigh*.  Must have been a fluke.  Problem persists... :(

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This is the highest speed I got on this phone so far.

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On 12/22/2019 at 11:11 AM, Kevster1321 said:

This is the highest speed I got on this phone so far.

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Download is smoking. Upload Eh.

I'd rather have 100/50. Or even 50/50.

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33 minutes ago, though said:

Download is smoking. Upload Eh.

I'd rather have 100/50. Or even 50/50.

there have been several pages at this point over you going back and forth over this device due to possible upload speed issues and not being able to hit 30-40+ mbps .  i have to ask...what do you need a consistent 40 mbits of upload on a mobile device for?

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On 12/25/2019 at 10:57 PM, swintec said:

there have been several pages at this point over you going back and forth over this device due to possible upload speed issues and not being able to hit 30-40+ mbps .  i have to ask...what do you need a consistent 40 mbits of upload on a mobile device for?

Everyone has different needs/desires. I prefer lower latency and the highest possible upload speeds. Just wondering if the Pixel 4 XL is capable of keeping up with the S9, S10, Note 10, etc on the upload side...

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On 1/1/2020 at 12:49 PM, though said:

Everyone has different needs/desires. I prefer lower latency and the highest possible upload speeds.

I understand, that's why I was asking what your NEED was for the consistently high upload.  You must be doing something with 40 mbits upload on a mobile device...certainly you just arent running speed / latency tests all day?

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52 minutes ago, swintec said:

I understand, that's why I was asking what your NEED was for the consistently high upload.  You must be doing something with 40 mbits upload on a mobile device...certainly you just arent running speed / latency tests all day?

Lots of streamers, camgirls, gamers and news reporter types require a consistent upload to acquire max stats and venmo creds. 

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1 hour ago, swintec said:

I understand, that's why I was asking what your NEED was for the consistently high upload.  You must be doing something with 40 mbits upload on a mobile device...certainly you just arent running speed / latency tests all day?

I am equally sending out photos/videos/etc as I am receiving.

Lots of people don't understand that the internet is a 2-way street and it's not all about the download side.

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1 hour ago, belusnecropolis said:

Lots of streamers, camgirls, gamers and news reporter types require a consistent upload to acquire max stats and venmo creds. 

I agree consistent upload is important but 40 mbits is not needed to stream.

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12 hours ago, swintec said:

I agree consistent upload is important but 40 mbits is not needed to stream.

nobody said 40 Mbps is required to stream.

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