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Who's got a break down of known, or reputably rumored soon to be Spark devices? I heard the S4 was going to be re-released with Spark capability. Any word on something along the lines of the Note 3 being redone? That is the only thing holding me back from getting the Note 3 when my upgrade is available in March. I'm not looking for Samsung exclusively, although it might appear that way. I just like the Note form factor. 

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The Spark enabled S4 is already out. The LG Flex is coming really soon. In a few months you have the HTC M8, the new S5 and the iPhone 6 is a wildcard as to whether or not it'd be Spark enabled or not.

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Any info out there on a Moto spark device.  That is what I am really looking forward too.  

 

Nothing at this moment in time that we are aware of. If we do find something soon, then it would sure be a good thing. Only Spark devices so far are LG, Samsung, and 1 HTC.

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I'd like to get my hands on a "budget" LTE800/1900 handset, if only for the purpose of checking for possible LTE 800 signals in my area, and testing the LTE800 strength/coverage/performance.  I looked at a Nexus 5, but they are simply too expensive, even pre-owned.

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Keyboard? What's that? Lol

 

 

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Why it is the photon Q of course ... except no spark ... frown

 

Actually, my wife says she never uses the physical keyboard anymore. Guess you were right in the first place.

 

Jim, Sent from my Photon 4G using Tapatalk 2

 

 

 

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Why it is the photon Q of course ... except no spark ... frown

 

Actually, my wife says she never uses the physical keyboard anymore. Guess you were right in the first place.

 

Jim, Sent from my Photon 4G using Tapatalk 2

Keyboards are becoming less and less popular as touch screens have become more precise. It's just how things are going.

 

 

Sent from Josh's iPhone 5S using Tapatalk 2

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Keyboards are becoming less and less popular as touch screens have become more precise. It's just how things are going.

Touch screens more precise; or people less productive? :(

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With the talks of markets going live with lte 800 and band 41 through the rest of this year, is any one aware of any devices capable of the aggregation on lte bands?  It looks like the current tri band phones can connect to the individual bands but are not yet capable of being connected to the bands simultaneously.  The only thing I have found so far is the ATT galaxy s5 will be capable with their bands.   

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Any info out there on a Moto spark device.  That is what I am really looking forward too.  

 

Moto X refresh not expected until August time frame - I wouldn't expect rumors until closer to then.

 

With the talks of markets going live with lte 800 and band 41 through the rest of this year, is any one aware of any devices capable of the aggregation on lte bands?  It looks like the current tri band phones can connect to the individual bands but are not yet capable of being connected to the bands simultaneously.  The only thing I have found so far is the ATT galaxy s5 will be capable with their bands.   

 

No carrier aggregation capable handsets have been announced for Sprint thus far.  Spark / Tri-band is currently limited to a single LTE band at a time I believe.

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Sprint said about a month ago that the first CA devices were expected toward the end of 2014.

 

Robert via Nexus 5 using Tapatalk

 

 

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Sprint said about a month ago that the first CA devices were expected toward the end of 2014.

 

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Fantastic news! As much as I would like to get the S5 to replace my S3 I think I will wait till the Note 4 to see what that brings. Worst case scenario is the Note isn't what I hoped for and the S5 is next to free by then.

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With the talks of markets going live with lte 800 and band 41 through the rest of this year, is any one aware of any devices capable of the aggregation on lte bands?  It looks like the current tri band phones can connect to the individual bands but are not yet capable of being connected to the bands simultaneously.  The only thing I have found so far is the ATT galaxy s5 will be capable with their bands.

 

I want to say the Padfone X will suppirt carrier aggregation on AT&T.

http://www.engadget.com/2014/03/27/att-padfone-x-specs/

 

Wish spriny could get this device. Id like it for work and such.

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I want to say the Padfone X will suppirt carrier aggregation on AT&T.

http://www.engadget.com/2014/03/27/att-padfone-x-specs/

 

Wish spriny could get this device. Id like it for work and such.

That does look pretty neat. Didn't Motorola do something like that before?

 

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