Monday , October 22 2018 Ausdroid » Hardware » Mobiles » HTC Velocity 4G races through a speed test at 32.8Mbps down / 11.2Mbps up

Wondering what speeds you’d be getting from Telstra’s 4G network if you were to buy the Velocity 4G? Wonder no more, the results speak for themselves above. Our man, Matt, took this photo at the launch of the Velocity 4G tonight while checking how fast Telstra’s 4G network really is. The results came back with the astounding 32.82Mbps down and 11.2Mbps — those speeds are absolutely insane for a mobile device, or any device really.

Obviously speeds will change drastically depending on heaps of variables (network stress, weather, thermonuclear war) but the speeds pictured above sure do make 4G look all that more enticing — I think I’ll wait for future devices though.

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Anyone know if 4G improves coverage? My new house has 1-2 bars at most on next g, Would be nice if I had more reliable mobile coverage.

Im in inner city perth. Just a complete blackspot for all carriers but telstra getting a tiny bit of reception

Geoff Fieldew
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Uploading pictures will be almost instantaneous at 11 Mbps. I like this!

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Nice touch that there’s a Vodafone ad running on the speedtest app

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poor timing for that vodaphone ad 😛

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Late to the game again.lol.

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4G works in kalgoorlie and esperance

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Buzz, you know if Telstras LTE will roll out nationwide like the HSPA+ service has. I live in a fairly remote area (Newman, WA) with only Telstra service, but would be good to have it out this way

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