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Sprint Says It Has 10 HPUE-Capable Phones

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Oct 26, 2017, 9:09 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

The recent release of the Google Pixel 2 means Sprint customers have access to 10 handsets that support HPUE. Sprint has been deploying HPUE tech on its 2.5 GHz spectrum since late last year. The primary benefit is better performance (higher speeds, more capacity) at the cell edge. The result is a wireless experience more like that of Sprint's mid-band 1.9 GHz spectrum. The devices able to access HPUE include the Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+, and Note8; the LG G6, V30+, and X Charge; the ZTE Max XL and Warp 8; the Motorola Z2 Force; the HTC U11; and the Pixel 2. Apple has yet to release any iPhones that support HPUE. Sprint said it expects to offer many more HPUE devices before long.

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aeternavi

Oct 28, 2017, 3:34 PM

2.5GHz eh?

So that's what they did with the old WiMAX spectrum. Didn't they realize it could barely penetrate a piece of paper?
 
 
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