A lot of people use their phone for different purposes, but of recent people are more concerned with surfing information from the web with their mobile devices.
A lot of people has gone beyond using device with less processor speed and have embraced fast Smartphone Os running device because they want to send and receive information on the go.
But does this want for fast OS running devices really solve the problem with slow Internets? May be it does but to an extent.
For me I want to narrow down the speed at which mobile devices access web information to network type. First we have to know the network on which our device is operating here below:
G : stands for GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) and is the slowest standard of accessing web information, used is the GSM network (2G).
E : is an extension of GPRS, it is called EDGE and it is correspondingly a little faster than the G, but still uses the old GSM network (2G).
3G : stands for UMTS ( universal Mobile Telecommunication System) and is the successor to the GSM(Global System for Mobile) network and faster, in accessing web information.
H and H+ : stands for HSPA and HSPA+.( High speed packet access) Both use the UMTS network, where H is faster than 3G and H+ is faster than H.
4G stands for LTE and is the fastest.
So in all apart from getting a fast device, the network services running on the device also helps in facilitation actions in mobile devices.