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Xperia Z1 on Sprint's CDMA?
I'm on Sprint "The Later Network" and I'm looking into the Sony Xperia Z1. However, I haven't seen anything about it supporting CDMA. With Softbank purchasing Sprint and having a CDMA network, I would assume they could have enough leverage to bring it to Sprint. Do you guys think or have any clues if this will come true?
IF not I'll be looking into the LG G2. SInce I'm big on photography and it outshines the HTC One's camera in every setting.
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Re: Xperia Z1 on Sprint's CDMA?
Hate to burst bubble, but T-Mobile and AT&T are loosing market shares and customers due to their inability to change and grow their infrastructure. Verizon and Sprint have a much larger nationwide coverage area, this gives them more potential customers. With more customers you have the ability to develop into better frequencies, meaning faster data speeds, better quality voice calls. Since the US govt recently has released more frequency band widths within the past 6 months, we will see our nation cell network grow bigger and faster. Companies like Sprint and Verizon are at the front of these developments. If phone manufacture's want to stay competitive and gain more market shares and customers they will need to develop more towards the trends. Example was the 4G and 4G LTE battle in which LTE won. So in conclusion if Sony really wants to be competitive they needs to develop their phones to the masses.
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