Motorola Atrix 4G, HTC Inspire 4G to Receive HSUPA Support with April Updates, Says AT&T Facebook Page


It has been a thorn in the side of all those early adopters on AT&T’s HSPA+ network: despite advertisements to the contrary, the two devices featuring the “4G” tag have their HSUPA support gimped. According to a new posting on AT&T’s Facebook page, the Motorola Atrix 4G and HTC Inspire 4G won’t have to wait much longer to see drastically improved upload speeds. It was said there that updates would hit the devices in April with HSUPA in two. It is also said the Samsung Infuse 4G will ship with HSUPA turned on out of the box. As things go in the world of Android updates, we’ll believe it when we see it.

[via DroidMatters]

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  1. that is a great thing for all owners of these devices

  2. A day late and a nickel short. I returned both devices when this debacle was exposed and ported my two eligible numbers to sprint.

    Maybe next time, AT&T won’t screw with it’s customer in such an insulting way.

    1. Also this is on all their 3g devices that aren’t the iphone.
      Kinda sucks that they did it but i get why, but it doesn’t make it fair at all. smh Bad AT&T bad! And now you trying to buy my T-Mobile, Shame on you!
      – Aztec

  3. Can we get the Infuse now please? kthx

  4. Thats awesome because Im looking to get the inspire on the 9th.

  5. Atrix is a gimp phone, stop buying moto people and maybe they”ll get a clue. How many times do moto employees read about locked bootloaders and blur on forums? They clearly don’t give a $hit

  6. And they will still throttle your speeds back! :P:

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