I know a lot of Sprint customers are wondering when LTE is coming and more importantly, will it be any good? PC Mag was able to do an exclusive test in the Atlanta, Georgia area using an LG Viper and compared them to AT&T and Verizon.
They found Sprint’s network to be much faster than it’s curent WiMAX network, which isn’t shocking, but not as fast as AT&T and Verizon.
so I just moved to a place where sprint doesnt have 4g service and I know that verizon has 4g service in this area is there anyway i can make my sprint htc evo 4g lte to use the verizon towers so i can have 4g again :/ please help!
I am fully expecting Verizon to drop the ball again with the Note. To date there's only rumors of one coming to big red. That being said would it be possible to get a sprint version activated on Verizon's network?
Well im new to verizon and the note 2. I was on sprint with the gs3. I have noticed that there are a few ports over here from the sprint gs3 like morphology.. I was wondering if someone could port the wasabi theme pack from the sprint gs3.
Okay I'm new to the sg3 forums. I just switched to Verizon from Sprint and a epic 4G touch. I just couldn't take not having 4G where I live when Verizon has it here and my speed test was about 33mbps the other day on 4G :)... Anyway I was running paranoid android on my epic so that's what I'm currently running on my sg3. What roms are most running and which do you guys prefer?
As some Sprint customers begin to receive their pre-ordered Galaxy Nexus phones, we have learned that the device is running Android 4.0.4, which is a more updated version than Verizon’s Galaxy Nexus, which is still only on 4.0.2.
Sprint’s 4G LTE coverage map just got a little more crowded. The network added 22 new markets today, which includes Miami and Tampa, FL. In addition, Sprint announced they have plans to expand LTE to a number of cities in Texas, Wisconsin, Washington and Michigan. Sprint plans to provide 4G LTE to 200 million customers by the end of the year.