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Model: XT1103

Processor: 2.7 GHz Quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 APQ8084
Display: Quad HD Super AMOLED

  • 5.92 inches / 1440 x 2560 / 493 PPI
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LTE Bands:

  • FDD-LTE (Bands 2, 4, 5, 7, 12, 13, 17, 25, 26) 
  • TD-LTE (Bands 41)

Wireless:

  • 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth 4.1 wireless technology
  • NFC

Notes:

  • First Fully CCA/RRPP LTE Compliant Device
  • Sprint Spark
  • HD Voice
  • Currently no Sprint VoLTE capabilities
  • Currently no Sprint Wi-Fi Calling
  • No Sprint Band 41 Carrier Aggregation
  • No SVLTE (Spark devices don't support SVLTE)
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please report your radio/signal findings.  if you can use the same location(s) as your nexus 5 that would be good  :rasp:

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I got a delivery at my office this morning. I will be an hour away all day. To get it I will have a 2 1/2 hour drive including driving home.

 

I guess I will get it tomorrow... Or not. Lol

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I got a delivery at my office this morning. I will be an hour away all day. To get it I will have a 2 1/2 hour drive including driving home.

 

I guess I will get it tomorrow... Or not. Lol

 

Take a long lunch.  Should be worth the drive.  ;)

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Take a long lunch. Should be worth the drive. ;)

Lol.... If I could I would, However; I have keys and I can get it after I am done, but that brings me to a 5:30pm departure time and a 6:45 arrival time then an hour and a half ride home.

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Lol.... If I could I would, However; I have keys and I can get it after I am done, but that brings me to a 5:30pm departure time and a 6:45 arrival time then an hour and a half ride home.

 

The struggle is real... first world problems... :lol:

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My struggle is I'm going to be in Orlando when my phone eventually arrives. I too shipped it to work. I might have a coworker ship it to me. How big is the box can it fit in a medium FedEx?

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My struggle is I'm going to be in Orlando when my phone eventually arrives. I too shipped it to work. I might have a coworker ship it to me. How big is the box can it fit in a medium FedEx?

If you sign up for the FedEx service that notifies you when a shipping label has been created for your address, they may let you change the destination. In other words, you could reroute it to Florida I think. You may have to pay a ~$20 fee to reroute the package, but that's still cheaper than re-sending it.

 

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My struggle is I'm going to be in Orlando when my phone eventually arrives. I too shipped it to work. I might have a coworker ship it to me. How big is the box can it fit in a medium FedEx?

Over night from USPS....19.99. Guaranteed by three pm

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I bought from the GP store on 11/12. I'm sure its going to be ups. Once I get a tracking number I'm going to attempt to reroute but I don't think it will happen since my work place is a hotel and idk if that raises red flags. I would ship it ups but we deal with FedEx.

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I bought from the GP store on 11/12. I'm sure its going to be ups. Once I get a tracking number I'm going to attempt to reroute but I don't think it will happen since my work place is a hotel and idk if that raises red flags. I would ship it ups but we deal with FedEx.

Ahh, yeah that could be a problem. With both UPS and FedEx you need to verify your address/identity by answering credit report style questions. So I doubt your work address would quality.

 

That being said, if they leave a delivery slip you can use the number of that to reroute it I think.

 

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Got my package in just now! Time to take it for a spin!!

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I will rehash my question from the old thread.

 

How does the screen perform in outdoor/direct sunlight? due to its dim brightness

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First time ive purchased a device from Sprint that came with original Manufacturers packaging instead of Sprints own.

 

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Got my package in just now! Time to take it for a spin!!

 

Be sure to give us any RF performance comparisons between this and your old device!  :D

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Be sure to give us any RF performance comparisons between this and your old device!  :D

Absolutely!

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Be sure to give us any RF performance comparisons between this and your old device!  :D

 

Coming up on the next episode of "This Old Device" with your host, Robert Vila...

 

AJ

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It seems to be very close to my G3 (which is a good thing, since G3 has excellent radio performance) for comparison I find the G3 to be about 3-4dBm stronger than Nexus 5 on latest radio.

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SOOOO CLOSE I can drive to it...  I would if I could, but UPS said I cannot, its at a facility 30 minutes from my home, and its going to a different facility an hour from my home to be delivered tomorrow by end of day....  So close I could feel it.  

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One thing that I noticed right away, its set to Global by default in Network settings, and in turn takes forever to pick up a signal after rebooting. Switching to LTE mode sped up the process quite a bit.

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Nexus in the house

 

Find it in store?

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Yessir

 

Damn...  I kind of want to stop by a Sprint store on my way home and grab one, but my wife would kill me.  Already bought 3 phones in the last 9 months including the iPhone 6 only 2 months ago.  :unsure:   but...but......  I miss Android.

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It holds LTE like a beast so far, drove from the Bronx to midtown and back, have no idea what the 3G logo looks like. Have yet to drop to 3G even in an elevator.

 

B26 performance in particular seems a lot better than my G3.

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