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  1. Loogie's Avatar
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    #21  
    Sprint
    100K Test
    89 kbit/sec
    2.436s latency
    11.207s d/l time
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    72kbit/sec
    25kbit/sec
    83kbit/sec
    79kbit/sec

    CDMA Sprint
    In a metal building too....

    Oh yea, two bars
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    #23  
    Nashville, TN

    SprintPCS

    92 kbit/sec
    2.758s latency
    11.399s d/l time


    4 bars

    Question, how do you know which test to take? I received slower test results when choosing the 200k as opposed to the 100k
  4. #24  
    ravic,
    Sprint has a faster data network than the GSM (ATT, TMO, & Cingular). But it also makes the Sprint Treo 600 run thru its battery faster. This is a known fact, u can probably find something about it on palmone's website
  5. #25  
    > ...Question, how do you know which test to take? I received
    > slower test results when choosing the 200k as opposed to the
    > 100k

    More data, more accurate.
  6. #26  
    98 kbps (100k test)

    Sprint
    Hewlett, NY
    2 bars of signal strength
  7. #27  
    Sprint CDMA
    Location: San Francisco, CA
    near Oakland Bay Bridge/financial district

    100kb file test:
    85 kbit/sec

    200kb file test:
    76 kbit/sec

    3.304s latency
    12.642s d/l time

    5 signal bars
    Software: Treo 600-1.0-SPR (from ##786 screen on Sprint)
    FirmWare: (not sure where to get this... Home/Info/Version/??
    Hardware:Rev B (from ##786 screen on Sprint)
    Time: 7:50-8:00 am (Pacific Standard)
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    Sprint CDMA
    Ann Arbor, Mi
    10:00 am
    2 bars
    96k dl
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    #29  
    Sprint CDMA
    Treo600-1.0-SPR
    Rev. C

    100K test - 11:30 am Buffalo, NY
    76 kbit/sec
    2.631s latency
    13.043s d/l time
    (2 signal bars)

    Last night at 2am it was 96 kbit/sec. Works for me.
  10. #30  
    Cingular - Chicago

    Treo 600
    Firmware: 02.02
    Software: Treo600-1.06-CNG
    Hardware: B

    100K test - 11:00 am Chicago, IL
    37 kbit/sec
    2.798s latency
    23.882 d/l time

    (5 signal bars inside house)

    TreoHelper Info:
    SignalQuality: 15
    GetPhoneCallStatus: 8
  11. #31  
    Originally posted by craigdts
    ravic,
    Sprint has a faster data network than the GSM (ATT, TMO, & Cingular). But it also makes the Sprint Treo 600 run thru its battery faster. This is a known fact, u can probably find something about it on palmone's website

    If you compare the specs section of the Handspring site you'll see it says that the Sprint version has up to 4 hours talk time and the GSM version has up to six hours. So yes, Sprint users do pay for the speed in battery life. That was the reason why my firm decided to standardize on the GSM version (specifically T-Mobile) but I think this is a personal choice. My own humble opinion is that the GSM unit is a better business device - because of battery life and international use - while the Sprint is a better personal/entertainment device - primarily because of speed.
    Enquiring minds want to know ...
  12. #32  
    Whitestone NY at the moment

    Mobile speed test

    100k
    78 kbit/sec
    2.505s latency
    12.73s d/l time.
  13. #33  
    here is one that should make you guys feel good...t608/ux50: 38kbps
  14. #34  
    McKinney Texas (North of Dallas), Sprint
    100K file 74kbps awesome!
  15. #35  
    It appears that the # of signal bars makes a difference but not as much as you would think. Where I am currently located I can only get 3 bars. My best speeds for each # of bars are listed below:

    3 bars= 73 kbps

    2 bars= 74 kbps

    1 bar= 64 kbps

    All 3 went as low as 30 kbps (even with 3 bars).

    I wonder what kind of speeds the T300 would get?

    I tried webpro but I received the "unstable/too fast a result (0.55s) please choose a larger file." error message. This must relate to using the proxy or optimized browser settings.

    Sprint, Long Beach, CA
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    #36  
    I know its not even on the same phone or even the same
    country but just for fun I tried it on my 270 here in Sweden.

    In the first try i got 34kbit/s.

    Cleared the cache and got 139kbit/s, ran some
    more test and constantly get over 130kbit/s. Didnt know it was capable of such speeds or could it be something wrong with the cache not clearing? (it seems to reload the page and pics though)

    Got full reception so that might explain the nice speed?

    /Andreas
  17. #37  
    Originally posted by ravic
    Have you noticed a common problem? People using the Cingular branded T600 on the Tmo network seem to have slower data speeds. I wonder why?
    It seems there's no difference whether the Treo 600 is being used on either Cingular or T-Mobile networks, the speeds don't exceed 40kb/sec. It's a known fact that CDMA gets faster data speeds.
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  18. #38  
    Originally posted by robber
    here is one that should make you guys feel good...t608/ux50: 38kbps
    this is interesting... I was considering a t608 to use with my ux50 as a backup to the treo. I wonder where the bottleneck is here?? speeds seem comparable to gsm.
    -- berto
  19. #39  
    42 kb/sec

    2.5 latency
  20. #40  
    I was happy now i'm sad
    36.3
    three bars
    dallas
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