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LG G6 to be Sprint's first HPUE-capable device


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So i'm really considering pre-ordering the G6.  I'm on SERO still and haven't gone through sprint for a phone in years. Should i jump from SERO to one of the new plans?  Any suggestions?

Friend just bought a house with a pool so having a phone thats IP68 certified would be awesome.

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Ugh, T-Mobile started yesterday and already shipping....friend already has tracking number!!!![emoji35][emoji35][emoji35][emoji35][emoji35][emoji35]Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

Yes some people have already received them!

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FYI- If you use a notification LED, LG decided to not have it on the G6. Guessing they think the always on display is adequate.

 

 

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I honestly don't see a big deal with not having it. I like to be able to see you message to me or sent a notification. The LED notification light only shows the type of notification through a color. I find the ambient display to be better

 

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Look at what i got to play with at a Sprint store. Really nice build, awesome screen and very smooth!

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What LTE modem does it have? If I m not mistaken..It's the X12 LTE modem?

 

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That was using 3xCA with other enhancements.

 

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Hmm i didn't know that....Sprints pretty amazing with innovation...I m impressed !

 

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I put one side by side with my v20. The B41 rsrp appears to be 6 to -1 db better.

 

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Phone was not fully actived, which store said they would fix. Rsrp from debug screens, which did vary and showed correct info.

 

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Phone was not fully actived, which store said they would fix. Rsrp from debug screens, which did vary and showed correct info.

 

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So the lg g6 is better then the v20 in band 41 performance

 

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