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Update: LG at MWC has inadvertently outed the LG LS740 as the LG Volt, Sprint's next mid-range Spark phone. Please see this post for details.

 

The LG LS740 article, LG's first mid-range tri-band for Sprint in 2014, is now up on the wall.

 

http://s4gru.com/index.php?/blog/1/entry-359-lg-ls740-could-it-be-a-midrange-rf-powerhouse/

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Does the 20mhz and 10mhz in b25 and b41, mean it'll pull better speeds than my G2?

No, it'll just support greater bandwidth for larger carriers in band 25 if Sprint decides to deploy them.

 

 

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Doesnt greater bandwith = faster speeds? Or what does it mean

Moar e-penis!

 

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Doesnt greater bandwith = faster speeds? Or what does it mean

 

You mean like Sprint's 20MHz Band 41 carrier?  Yes, it sure does.  Especially when they start aggregating these large carriers before any other provider.  A wider channel is capable of faster speeds.  However, even smaller LTE carriers are faster than people's needs.

 

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You mean like Sprint's 20MHz Band 41 carrier?  Yes, it sure does.  Especially when they start aggregating these large carriers before any other provider.  A wider channel is capable of faster speeds.  However, even smaller LTE carriers are faster than people's needs.

 

Robert

5mbps more than enough.  people just like big numbers

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Lol but really, now it doesn't matter TWC is going to get 50mbps by the end of the year, not that I need that, but I love having the speed for anything. Now, I only needabout 1 - 3mbps lte speeds for streaming music.

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Lol but really, now it doesn't matter TWC is going to get 50mbps by the end of the year, not that I need that, but I love having the speed for anything. Now, I only needabout 1 - 3mbps lte speeds for streaming music.

charter isp speed after going digital will be 60mbps.  http://www.cedmagazine.com/news/2014/01/charter-to-increase-data-speeds

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