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Model: SM-N910P

Processor: 2.7 GHz Quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 APQ8084

Display: Quad HD Super AMOLED

  • 5.7 inches / 1440 x 2560 / 515 PPI
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Sprint Cellular Bands:
  • CDMA EV-DO Rev. A (800, 1900 MHz)
  • FDD-LTE (Bands 25, 26)
  • TD-LTE (Bands 41)
Wireless:
  • 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth 4.1 wireless technology
  • NFC
Notes:
  • Sprint Spark
  • Sprint Direct Connect Now
  • HD Voice
  • Wi-Fi Calling
  • No Sprint Band 41 Carrier Aggregation
  • Not Fully CCA/RRPP Compliant
  • Currently no Sprint VoLTE capabilities
  • No SVLTE (Spark devices don't support SVLTE)
Sprint's Galaxy Note 4 "All you need is scented candles, massage oil, and Barry White. Write that down."
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Uh yes WiFi calling in US works fine.. I'm using it all the time

 

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Great. I'll update the article and this thread when I get back in town on Tuesday.
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How are users feelings on RF performance?  This is my first tri-band.  B41 is just starting to pop up here so I'm guessing the sites will have optimization so it is hard to judge.

 

I've gone up to 57 mbps in speed tests so far on B41.

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I pre ordered mine at Best Buy this past Monday. Went to pick it up yesterday evening, and they didn't have it. Was told that it would be there Friday (10-17). Very disappointed. They have no idea when it'll arrive. If it wasn't for the $200 off, I'd cancel this and go directly to Sprint.

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I really hope the rest of the User Threads have the info posted in the OP like this one. Nicely done, @CozisBack.

That's currently the plan. Stay tuned.
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I'm actually in awe so far of camera performance. ugemazu7.jpg

 

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Nice view. It's that time of year again haha. Where is that at? I like my Carolina fall trees when I'm wheeling around.

 

Sent from my LG G3.

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Reception is great. Spark really does make a difference. On my S3 at my desk by a window at my work I would be lucky to get 1-2 Mbps. Now no get 5-7 Mbps, and when I used to go to the interior I got only 3G, now I am getting 1-2 Mbps LTE in most of the interior of my building.

 

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Reception is great. Spark really does make a difference. On my S3 at my desk by a window at my work I would be lucky to get 1-2 Mbps. Now no get 5-7 Mbps, and when I used to go to the interior I got only 3G, now I am getting 1-2 Mbps LTE in most of the interior of my building.

 

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What band when in the interior of the building?

 

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Does WiFi calling ask to verify address all the time, even on other Sprint phones?  Seems to always be in my notification window.

 

Mine is constantly asking on the GS5.  Probably the same on the note 4.

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