Any detectable difference between AT&T and T-Mobile versions?
I can't seem to find a simple direct answer to this question. I switched to TM and bought an unlocked refurbished S7 SM-G930T. I hated the service so I went back to AT&T. The phone seems to be fine operating on AT&T's network as far as I can tell. Opinions vary widely in searching for an answer online. Can I get some facts here?
I really don't want to take a loss on this phone & search for a G930A unless there's a noticeable difference in performance or connectivity.
There are some things I love about Samsung phones interface (TouchWiz), and some I don’t like. I wonder why no one is never mentioning anything about these details. Here are the pros and cons compared to other Android devices.
Pros: - When pressing the multi-task button and all apps appear, you have a “CLOSE ALL” option. On other Androids if you wanna close all running apps, you must close (swipe) each app individually . - When pressing & holding the power button, you have the option of “Restart” & “Airplane mode”. The restart is especially helpful, avoiding the need to shut down, and then wait to power it up again. - Speed dial feature (up to 99). I have been used to speed dials since my startec phones.... and I am so used to it. O... (continues)
If your Sprint and Phonescoop runs an article about how slow your network is compared to other wireless companies, the trolls come here and bash you for that. However, once you're faster than everyone else, those same, hypocritical idiots change the conversation to "quality versus speed." Well, if that's the case, Sprint's 3G network was recently rated better than everyone else's as well. Oh wait...3G is too slow to be considered in any serious network discussion.
Here's an idea: go and enjoy your network and STFU about everyone else's.
All of these companies would quit worrying about how fast you can download a movie and add more towers. I would much rather have a good 4G signal everywhere that provides at least 5 - 10 Mbs. Why in the H#($ does anyone need that much speed??? I know its good they have capacity, but we need more coverage!
defiantly agree with you. with out the coverage you dont have a good network.if sprint would realize that they dont need faster speeds and needs to focus on deploying more spectrum or going in an buying more spectrum. they might as well put there mone... (continues)