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stoneworrior says:

Jerry I am listening to last nights podcast and you just said dual core is not faster. In what matter are you referring too? When it comes to using the web it is much faster for downloads. I can post videos of my OG Evo capped out at 10mbps download speeds when connected to my home wifi using fios. My Evo 3D uses the full 20mbps that I pay for in my fios service. I cannot say if it will download faster than 20mbps since I have no a access to speeds faster than this but with LTE becoming the new wireless high speed standard and more and more services being moved to the cloud, just the ability to download twice as fast on dual core is a battery savings in itself. As long as the bandwidth is available being the Caveat.