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I'm gonna have to try out the Google Keyboard. I keep hearing rave reviews about it on both Android and even the new iOS version. I've been using Swiftkey for the past few years, if you guys have used that before, how would you say it compares to Google Keyboard?

Google keyboard is great but I still prefer SwiftKey. As far as the stock keyboard on the m10, it's horrible in my opinion.

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I excited to see Gboard make it to android. It's gonna be sweet!

 

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When is it coming to Android?!

 

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Does anyone know all the LTE Bands that this phone supports?

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What's the FCC ID on the device?

 

Sent from my Nexus 5X

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What's the FCC ID on the device?

 

Sent from my Nexus 5X

 

NM82PS6400

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LTE Bands: 2 / 4 / 5 / 7 / 12 / 13 / 25 / 26 / 41

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LTE Bands: 2 / 4 / 5 / 7 / 12 / 13 / 25 / 26 / 41

 

Thanks, is it true about a lack of GSM support? 

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Thanks, is it true about a lack of GSM support? 

 

No GSM / WCDMA tested or certified. 

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Does this mean anything?

 

Edit: hm trying to post a screen shot but it won't upload. There is a GSM/UMTS mode in the network settings.

 

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Spoke with a Sprint agent using chat and asked if this phone is compatible with Sprint Global Roaming and the reply was yes. About to buy this phone, seems only one store in town has it. Kinda weird the lack of phones and demo units available. 

 

Unless I am reading the sprint website wrong, is the 24 month option a lease?

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Liking it so far. Can't find the options for Wi-Fi calling though

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Liking it so far. Can't find the options for Wi-Fi calling though

No wifi calling on the device, as of yet.

 

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Thanks, is it true about a lack of GSM support? 

No GSM / WCDMA tested or certified. 

 

Not authorized for use in the US.  Fair enough.  If you want a provider other than Sprint, buy your device from that provider. Or completely unlocked BYOD.

 

With recent HTC handsets, some wireless provider ports will require device swaps.  HTC has some one time program in place -- called Oops or something like that.

 

AJ

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No wifi calling on the device, as of yet.

 

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Yikes. Could be a deal breaker. Any info on when that might change

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Unless I am reading the sprint website wrong, is the 24 month option a lease?

 

No, it's an installment plan - you own after the 24 months are up.

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How is the RF on this phone?  I really like the M8 so I want something that is at least as good or better.

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I guess it's time to move the discussion to the user thread since it seems people are getting their HTC 10s!

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