What, the FourG?!

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rob1004
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Re: What, the FourG?!

Post by rob1004 » Sat Apr 23, 2016 12:40 pm

Just wondering it the 4G LTE will work in Japan?

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Re: What, the FourG?!

Post by antmil » Tue May 17, 2016 11:22 pm

Hello there, I haven't heard anything more about "the progress of the RePhone 4G module development" or "discussion & iteration of RePhone 4G development" under this topic. Am I looking in the wrong forum topic???

Also how is the progression in R&D Plan ???
• Jan ~ March, 4G module prototype selection, processor solution selection
• April ~ May, RePhone Core Module 4G hardware prototype finished
• June ~ Sept, SW porting, HW&SW optimization, testing, iteration, sourcing & manufacturing
• October, Shipping

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Re: What, the FourG?!

Post by mgasull07 » Mon Jan 15, 2018 1:11 am

Any news about FourG?

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Re: What, the FourG?!

Post by warnerwanton » Tue Jan 29, 2019 2:09 pm

4G simply stands for fourth generation, and it’s called that because it’s the fourth generation of mobile technology, following on from 2G and 3G. 4G is sometimes referred to as LTE (Long Term Evolution) and it’s similar in a lot of ways to 3G, as it allows you to use data to browse the net, play online games, download and stream, and more, but it does so a lot faster than 3G.

LTE stands for Long-term Evolution, and isn’t as much a technology as it is the path followed to achieve 4G speeds. As it stands, most of the time when your phone displays the “4G” symbol in the upper right corner, it doesn’t really mean it. When the ITU-R set the minimum speeds for 4G, they were a bit unreachable, despite the amount of money tech manufacturers put into achieving them. In response, the regulating body decided that LTE, the name given to the technology used in pursuit of those standards, could be labeled as 4G if it provided a substantial improvement over the 3G technology.

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