Nexus 4 on CDMA

Chillidog66

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Will Google ever release a sprint (or Verison) Nexus 4? They are missing out on a very big market!

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Will Google ever release a sprint (or Verison) Nexus 4? They are missing out on a very big market!

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nope. not any time soon. they are not missing a lot. Gnexus was not a huge seller for verizon or sprint.

also they are avoiding a huge pain in the butt for missing a very big market.
 

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I think a Sprint version is very possible in the spring, but I honestly would not expect a Verizon version after the treatment the GNex got. It's more likely you'll see whatever Googlrola is cooking up with the so-called X Phone in Q4 2013.
 

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Google has gotten the attention of Ting so wouldn't be surprised if they create Nexus devices for Sprint.

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Sprint / Verizon are the only remaining CDMA networks in the world ... Even if they are a large market in the US, it make no sense to tend to them.
 

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There are 3 mobile carriers in South Korea.

All tree of them already have a nationwide LTE coverage. Only one of them, the smallest, still relly on CDMA for voice calls since the other two carriers also have HSPA coverage.
 

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DoCoMo in japan I think is cdma

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Nope, NTT DoCoMo is all HSPA and LTE.
au by KDDI does have a CDMA network but they also have an LTE network covering 98% of the population.
Japanese carriers also use weird frequencies and technologies.
 

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Nope, NTT DoCoMo is all HSPA and LTE.
au by KDDI does have a CDMA network but they also have an LTE network covering 98% of the population.
Japanese carriers also use weird frequencies and technologies.

Thank you for the correction.

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