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Review: LG G3 for Sprint

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Jonathanlc2005

Jul 22, 2014, 4:02 PM

im confused

your review for the verizon version was

Signal

The Verizon variant of the G3 gave me absolutely no trouble accessing the cellular network. The phone held onto LTE 4G throughout the review period and never dropped down to 3G (thank goodness!) I was able to make phone calls in poor coverage areas with ease. The G3 did not drop any calls while I used it. I found LTE speeds to be quite quick, with peak downloads surpassing 20 Mbps and averages hovering around 10 Mbps. The G3 was apt at uploading and downloading files to social networks, and delivering web sites in a blink. In short, the G3 performs in line with other Verizon devices.


but your sprint one was

Signal

The Sprint variant of the G3 performed below average when co...
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Wrong. The same phone can perform drastically differently on two different networks.

The reviewer's experience with the Sprint network is on-par with my own perceived signal on Sprint devices. The reviewer's experience with Verizon almost mirrors...
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Most carriers use proprietary software to help devices link to their respective networks. When it came to signal, the reviewer specifically pointed out that the LG3 did not perform as well on Sprint's network as Sprint's other devices. This leads me t...
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What are you confused about? Verizon has over 100 million subs and a FAR superior network and infrastructure.


Meanwhile Sprint is ran by, and employs complete utter and incompetent.....ID-10-T's.

Sprint doesn't have a network nearly as good ...
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