Blackberry Z10 : STL100-1 VS STL100-2 (video compare)
i've 2 version of z10 and like to share a video compare for you guys
here's the video (sorry for shaky camera)
STL100-1 3G White
STL100-2 4G LTE Black
Both using latest firmware (10.0.10.82 for stl100-1 & 10.0.10.90 for stl100-2)
STL100-1 = Texas Instruments OMAP 4470 (SoC) which has a dual-core CPU running at 1.5 GHz and a PowerVR SGX 544 GPU
STL100-2 = Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus (SoC) which has a dual-core CPU running at 1.5GHz, and a Adreno 225 GPU
have a different backside
just for fun, OREO
ps: sorry for my bad english
- 03-18-2013, 12:47 AM #2
Great post here, this should hopefully help alot of those out there asking about the differences in the -1 and -2 devices. Although they use two different chipsets, in reality it's hard to actually see the difference in performance (which alot of people were debating recently)
- 03-18-2013, 02:13 AM #5
The early seed units where also -1 and can be identified by their IEMI number range- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
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Because s4 is for lte
You can check setting & mobile network
See, is there a 4g or not? if your z10 doesn't have 4g thats mean your z10 cpu is ti omap
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- 03-18-2013, 09:18 AM #20
The whole "4G" thing is a huge mess - and whomever decided to start using the word should be fired - or shipped out to some distant planet on a one-way-ticket.
Different carriers use "4G" differently...
"4G" is NOT a defined standard - but a hype word invented by marketing people - who try to fool the public.
Carriers who only have GSM, WCDMA and HSPA - tends to use "4G" for their HSPA service,
other carriers choose to use 4G for their LTE service - and H/H+ for their HSPA service...
some do it correct - and don't use "4G" at all - but instead let the user Know if H+, or LTE is used,
some carriers will make your phone show "4G" for HSPA, and "4G LTE" for LTE - which is still wrong - but at least a little bit better...
LTE is not available everywhere - HSPA seems to be better distributed at the moment - so some users will only get a LTE service when in a bigger city, and H+ while at home...
on top of that, - LTE and HSPA are only a dataservice, and when doing voice calls - you will most likely see the service drop to use GSM/2G/3G service - and again - depending on the carriers branding in the OS - you will see different names for it... but in your radio set-up, you should always make sure to have 2G service enabled together with your HSPA or LTE service - NOT locking your device to LTE only..... - sometimes it will work - but you can also experience that incoming calls does not go through if you do...
- 03-18-2013, 01:54 PM #24
they call their HSPA+ "4G"... and STE100-1 is a very good HSPA machine...
but even weirder - is that they group it as "2G", "4G+3G" ... their 4G is in reality 3G .. so what is it they call 3G ? - old "Edge"?
"TSTT 4G - but not really 4G" :-)
Remember - TSTT does not cover the whole of Trinidad (or Tobago) with their HSPA network... therefore you MUST have "2G" enabled to avoid missing incoming calls - or to get busy network trying to call out. - They also have some issues with "jumping" between HSPA and GSM - so expect drop outs until they manage to smooth out the net.
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