LG G Flex for Sprint appears in leaked render
0. phoneArena 15 Dec 2013, 12:01 posted on
When the LG G Flex was first announced, some in the states figured that it would be a limited release like the Samsung Galaxy Round. But a tweet from evleaks revealed that AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile were expecting to offer the curvaceous handset. And when the device showed up at the FCC wearing Sprint's frequencies, it seemed that the odds were good that we would see the LG G Flex attracting attention in the U.S...
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7. KFear (Posts: 135; Member since: 06 Feb 2012)
All around worst carrier, maybe. In cities where Network Vision is complete and LTE (some testing Spark), not at all. Sprint has amazing satisfaction rates in those cities. They are playing catch up just as ATT and T-Mobile had to play catch up. I agree however that it's at a slower rate.
8. giani (Posts: 186; Member since: 13 Nov 2012)
Coolest phone ?! My God...what have u been smoking..
9. lsutigers (Posts: 624; Member since: 08 Mar 2009)
Maybe last year and in 2011 but their network has improved vastly and continues to improve. The same thing happened to AT&T when they picked up the iPhone and their network suffered as a result. Sprint just needs to hurry up with their massive network rebuild, they were over-ambitious to do it nationwide in one shot IMO.
BTW, if you think no other carriers have network issues, the awesome Verizon LTE network is now garbage in many big metro areas, I was in NYC several months ago and couldn't pull over 1-2mbps on Verizon LTE while my Sprint work phone was cruising at 20+mbps and it's a iPhone which is not Spark enabled. Every carrier has network and capacity issues.
2. Teja171 (unregistered)
This carrier locked devices have a lot of crap incorporated into them + you cant change the sim, inorder to use with another carrier.
4. Shatter (Posts: 1754; Member since: 29 May 2013)
Yes because its CDMA there is no sim card. CDMA used to be better when it first came out (faster more reliable connections) but not anymore, GSM is superior in every way. Verizon and Sprint embeded CDMA deep into their framework and that is why they won't switch to GSM.
10. lsutigers (Posts: 624; Member since: 08 Mar 2009)
GSM is way more widely adopted and global friendly but CDMA is still a superior tech in terms of reliability and security.
6. lgold76 (Posts: 1; Member since: 15 Dec 2013)
LTE uses sim cards. All sprint and verizon LTE devices have them but they are only for data here in the us. Once unlocked for international use they can be uses overseas with any sim card