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How can I know if my Android Tablet supports Wi-Fi N and speed up to 150 MBps? I don't have any description covering that in device specifications.

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You could try switching your router temporarily to 802.11n-only mode and see if the tablet still connects. If the tablet doesn't connect, it doesn't support it.

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  • Unfortunately the BT Home Hub 3 "n-only mode" (802.11 n 40 MHz) still allows legacy 802.11g devices to connect, despite a warning to the contrary... "802.11 b/g devices are not compatible."
    – MrWhite
    May 15, 2012 at 7:42

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