AT&T’s Inspire 4G gets HSUPA Blessing from FCC

Image Credit: Engadget

The above image may not look like much to you, but it is a telling document that Engadget has gotten their hands on.  Telling in the fact that it is confirming that AT&T has gotten the FCC’s blessing to turn on the HSUPA function on the Inspire 4G.  The Inspire 4G’s HSUPA capability was disabled on launch, but if the above document has any merit, it looks like that will change fairly soon.  More info as it comes in.

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1 Comment

  1. Windroidz
    March 25, 17:04 Reply

    i unlocked mine and its still slower then my moto milestone. 900kbps to 1800kbps wtf? my hd2 on T-Mobile gets 6000kbps on H.

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