Senior Editor, OnlyTech
- 31 Oct 2015
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If your doesn't support 40C-n78 then how come you will get speeds as compared to flagships. Realme GT 2 Pro hitting 1.3-1.6Gbps at Borivali East and Thane Ashar IT Park. As far as I know snapdragon 778G has maximum speed capacity of 1000Mbps/1200Mbps.We will do a side by side speed test in the same location with a flagship and mid ranger and document the results post commercial launch 👍🏻
Specs on paper are for ideal scenarios in test setups without impact from external factors. Real-world performance is a totally different ball game with a live and loaded network.If your doesn't support 40C-n78 then how come you will get speeds as compared to flagships.
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Isn't jio deployed n28 for 5g coverage or they using only n78?It's not just about the modem it depends on the distance from the tower and physical obstruction as well. Where i get full network on 4G mode I barely get 1 bar on 5G indicating that the line of sight isn't very good. If I were to test next to the tower it would surely touch Gbps speeds. Once I get it activated on my number I'll test in multiple locations and share the results.
Just like band 5 it won't cross 100Mbps anytime in the day. Its coverage band.
Even though my friends phone supported N28-N78, he never latched onto N28 and CA as well. So I believe some testing still going on. VoNR will take atleast an year.
As yours is midrange phone with X53 modem, speed is limited to this much. Flagships with X60/X65 modem are getting 1.2-1.3Gbps speeds.
If I were to test next to the tower it would surely touch Gbps speeds. Once I get it activated on my number I'll test in multiple locations and share the results.
That will take nearly two years. These kind of speeds are available in rural areas or outskirt areas only. On both, Airtel and Jio. In Mumbai, you will never get such speeds.
@TheAndroidFreak So as promised, as soon as I got the Jio 5G welcome offer today, I activated it and took my phone next to a 5G BTS (in South Mumbai) and conducted the speed test. Sharing the results here, with the same phone that you had commented about. What do you have to say about it now?Snapdragon 778G is midrange chip with 1000Mbps modem, you can never achieve these speeds. 200-300Mbps on an average speeds.
Will give lesser speeds at peak times compared to S22U/iPhone 13 Pro Max/Moto Edge 30 Ultra for sure. Side by side. Hardly anyone latched onto tower. I am expecting 300-500Mbps real life speeds on your device as supposed to 700-900Mbps speeds on high end device. I have experienced this and that's why shared my thoughts. Huge difference between above devices and Nothing phone 1 I tested. Either backhaul is great or site is empty. For sure speed depends on modem. There must be some difference between X53 and X65 modem? Right. If X53 is giving same speeds as X65, then it doesn't make sense to get high end modem enabled phone.@TheAndroidFreak So as promised, as soon as I got the Jio 5G welcome offer today, I activated it and took my phone next to a 5G BTS (in South Mumbai) and conducted the speed test. Sharing the results here, with the same phone that you had commented about. What do you have to say about it now?
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