EDGE, which stands for Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution, is a mobile phone technology that was introduced to improve the speed provided by the Global System for Mobile Communications, or GSM, standard. EDGE was introduced around 2003.
EDGE is not considered a 3G standard, but is commonly refereed to as a 2.5G standard, and provides a theoretical maximum speed of 236.8Kbps.
This guide takes a look at a wide range of mobile devices such as smartphones that can be used with mobile provides that support the EDGE standard, including devices from HTC, Samsung, LG, BlackBerry and more.
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