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Also, looks like Signal check needs an update, i seriously believe its picking up one of the other Frequencies (most likely B41) and it also does not display 1xRTT for CDMA at all. Cant wait till signal check pro gets an update! YAY! 


Another thing i noticed, what it does pick up on signal check pro is showing TREMENDOUS improvement on signal strength compared to my HTC ONE (Avg of -100dBm on HTC One vs -78dBm!!!!! on the Nexus) Here is some eye candy for you guysScreenshot_2013-11-04-15-13-08%20%281%29

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