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    Galaxy Note III

    Per 'Samsung Updates' the up coming Note III will be 5.7-inches, 1080×1920 px resolution.

    The Sprint version is SM-N900S



    Given the size of this device could it be one of Samsung's pending 'Tri-Band' LTE devices?

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    I could see picking up one of these.


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    http://www.sammobile.com/2013/08/12/...00mah-battery/

    Today from 'Sammobile' some specs regarding specific models SM-N9005 & SM-N900. Sprint's version is SM-N900S and rumored to be the announced Tri-Band LTE device from Samsung. Both LG and Samsung previously announced they will be offering Tri-Band LTE phones soon. LG showed off their new 'G2' which Sprint's version is Tri-Band. Samsung is expected to officially unveil the Note III on September 4th in Berlin, Germany.

    Samsung has been more engaged with Sprint, not only as a Network Vision vendor but committed to offering phones that are the three different bands of LTE that Sprint's new network offers service on. Sprint's Steve Elfman did disclose recently that starting next year all Sprint devices will be 2.5GHz LTE capable. Aside from the Tri-Band MiFi modems offered by Novatel and Netgear, it appears Samsung and LG are the early entrants for Tri-Band handsets.

    http://gigaom.com/2013/08/01/samsung...-lte-networks/

    'Samsung’s new Galaxy S4 is a godsend for Sprint and its dueling LTE networks'

    A high-profile smartphone that supports both global versions of LTE is exactly what Sprint needs to kick off its TD-LTE launch this year.

    Samsung, however, seems to have solved that problem with these new variants of the S4 and S4 mini. Right now, they’re being tested on Australian carrier Optus’s TD-LTE network, according to ZDNet. But they’ll presumably work on the similar networks going up in Japan, India and China, where everyone is using similar spectrum to Sprint’s TD-LTE systems.

    Sprint may be only the third-largest carrier in the U.S. but due to the enormous size of this market it still ranks among the world’s biggest operators. It’s still capable of landing specially built devices for its network. Samsung also landed a coveted spot among Sprint’s primary network suppliers – it’s first major LTE win in North America — and wants to keep a key customer happy.


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    Tri-Band LTE ?
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    Galaxy Note III Available Oct. 4th


    http://newsroom.sprint.com/news-rele...e-for-life.htm



    The Samsung Galaxy Note III is a single band LTE device (1900MHz). https://apps.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/repor..._id=A3LSMN900P

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    Any thoughts on the Galaxy Note 4 coming out soon vs. the Note 3?

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