Here’s me unboxing the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus, this is the T-Mobile retail unit I pre-ordered! I do have an international Galaxy S8 also on the way later this week.
Here’s a 4G LTE speed test of AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon in Manhattan, New York.
As a person who have traveled to more than 6 different countries in the last 6 months, I can tell you which U.S. carriers are the best for getting data and voice overseas.
T-Mobile has introduced Binge On a few weeks back which gives you free bandwidth to stream videos from popular sites like Netflix, HBO Now, Hulu, Sling, YouTube, etc…etc…
Here’s another speed test update I did while I was over at my parent’s house in Pleasanton, California.
America is probably one of the best places to live in my opinion (why I live here) but also worst place to get wifi tether working, especially on the four major carriers like AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon.
Well, since I am here in Los Angeles for the week, I figure to do a 4G speed test on all U.S. major networks including AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon.
For those of you wondering which network has the fastest 4G LTE in Las Vegas, Nevada, I did a speed test on The Strip to show you which network has the fastest speed.
In this video, we go in-depth which U.S. carrier has the best 4G plan.
4G LTE is without a doubt the fastest 4G network with best coverage but is it right for you?
Some of you may wonder which 4G runs the fastest on the Galaxy S2. Well, since I’ve got all three Galaxy S2s here, I did a quick test in my backyard.
T-Mobile is launching its version of Galaxy S2, a dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor-equipped T-Mobile Galaxy S2 is supposedly faster than any other previous versions. Whereas international Galaxy S2, AT&T Galaxy S2, and Sprint Epic 4G Touch included Samsung’s own dual-core 1.2Ghz Exynos processor, the T-Mobile has a different processor, we suspect this is due to different frequencies that T-Mobile is on.