3.6Mbps downstream data is all well and good, but we've gotta keep looking forward to the next big thing, right? Don't worry, the good folks at NTT DoCoMo have you covered (surprise, surprise). The Japanese powerhouse carrier has teamed up with NEC to deliver so-called "Super 3G" handsets, operating as high as 100Mbps down and 30-50Mbps up, in 2010. It's not quite the 2.5Gbps NTT DoCoMo mustered earlier this year, but hey, we're all about stop-gap solutions if it means downloading YouTube vids just a smidge faster.

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