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iPhone to Get 3.5G HSDPA Functionality?

iPhone to Get 3.5G HSDPA Functionality?

Posted April 9, 2008 at 2:17am by iClarified · 9685 views
The latest iPhone 2.0 Beta contains reference to the use of the Infineon SGOLD3 chip in its baseband according to a discovery by Zibri.

The Infineon SGOLD3 chip features HSDPA Category 8 functionality (7.2 Mbit/s) as well as many other features such as support for video telephony, 5 megapixel cameras and more...

You can read more about the SGOLD3 here.

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faenza
faenza - April 9, 2008 at 8:22am
hope we Zibri will be able to unlocked it again!
sgold1-lover
sgold1-lover - April 9, 2008 at 3:29am
The latest iPhone 2.0 Beta contains reference to the use of the Infineon SGOLD1 also (tip of magnifying glass). OMG I hope Apple isn't about to use SGOLD1 for 3G iPhone.
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