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Anyone have one of these yet? I just picked one up today. So far I love it. Super fast screen is amazing. Still sett I my everything up, accounts apps all that stuff. I'll add more once I've had a chance to play with it,

 

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Just bought one of these this afternoon. It's snappy, fast, and beautiful, and I am loving it! It's also my first tablet, as I haven't seen the need for a tablet due to the size of my Note II. After playing with this in the store, I had to have it. I have yet to put it down! :D

 

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Just got this as a birthday gift from the wife. Liking it so far. The screen is great, battery life is ok. Maybe it will settle down if I don't play with it so much :). Yesterday I got a little over 5 hrs of screen time with ~25% remaining. This is my first tablet so don't how it compares to others in the market.

I was actually holding out for a Spark-capable tablet but the wife was done seeing me spend hours staring at the "small" G2 screen :D

Does anyone know of any tri-band tablets coming from Sprint in the next couple of months?

 

Does anyone else have problems with the screen being too sensitive and is there a solution? Sometimes I'm just trying to scroll or going for a long press but it detects it as a click. Very frustrating.

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Just got this as a birthday gift from the wife. Liking it so far. The screen is great, battery life is ok. Maybe it will settle down if I don't play with it so much :). Yesterday I got a little over 5 hrs of screen time with ~25% remaining. This is my first tablet so don't how it compares to others in the market.

I was actually holding out for a Spark-capable tablet but the wife was done seeing me spend hours staring at the "small" G2 screen :D

Does anyone know of any tri-band tablets coming from Sprint in the next couple of months?

 

Does anyone else have problems with the screen being too sensitive and is there a solution? Sometimes I'm just trying to scroll or going for a long press but it detects it as a click. Very frustrating.

I have been searching the FCC OET database for any Sprint tablets recently. I am interested in upgrading from my tab 3 to the tab 4, hopefully in an 8" variant.

 

Iirc I saw Verizon and AT&T variants of the tab 4 go through the OET. Suprisingly Verizon's version has band 2 PCS LTE capability, on top of band 13, and band 4.

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