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Google Nexus 9 by HTC (2014)


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Im interested to see what LTE bands it will support.  They were very general with the Network specs on the tableb, where the Nexus 6 specifically called out the bands.

I agree that the N9 appears to be lacking in the details department.

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Nobody will see the back when I put a protective case on it.  So to me, using metal is really not important.  I guess to others, it is.

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I am still using a 4:3 laptop @ 1600x1200.

 

Widescreen suck for actual work on a computer and it is impossible to find a 4:3 laptop anymore.

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Whose great idea was it to turn the next Nexus tablet into an iPad mini clone?  If that is what we wanted, we would buy an iPad mini.

 

Sheesh...

 

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Agreed. Screw that. I'm buying the Nexus 7 (2013) that I have so far held back on. No, thanks, HTC.
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I am glad that the screen is more squared off reason I liked the passport as much as I do video consumption I do a lot of reading as well. I already have my one max at a wide screen ratio. I like this configuration on the nexus 9 for a wider range of consumption this makes since too me... I do like a lot. I'll get the base model and get a USB drive to go along with it.

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http://www.google.com/nexus/9/

 

Shows Sprint on the pre-order section. Now if only they showed what bands they use...

I just noticed it said CDMA in the specs. Pretty sure it didn't say that yesterday. I don't see anywhere where it says Sprint pre-order for the Nexus 9.

 

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http://www.droid-life.com/2014/11/04/nexus-9-lte-stops-by-fcc-with-support-for-10-lte-bands/ Looks like Sprint is supported.

 

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No CDMA 1x/EVDO. International version of the Nexus 9 tablet. Hopefully the North American version shows up soon. I found it last night on the FCC OET site.

 

 

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