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  1. raino's Avatar
    Not really, if it has the proper frequencies it can get on in LTE with a SIM. With the Nexus 6, Sprint has all of the IMEI numbers to allow anyone of them to get on the network, no matter where it was sold.
    Yeah but Nexus 6 is going to be carried by Sprint though, right? So it's "in the system" (i.e. all units are ESN/IMEI whitelisted regardless of where you bought that Nexus 6 from.) I was talking about a phone they don't carry but it happens to have Sprint LTE bands. Let's say a hypothetical, no name Chinese Android phone which has band 41, and for some reason also has band 25 and that other 800 MHz band Sprint uses. Would such a phone, if it's not "in Sprint's system" be allowed onto Sprint's LTE networks? Verizon barely allows this for tablets, but they have that band 13 obligation.
    11-30-14 12:37 PM
  2. SirJes's Avatar
    Sqc100-3 hits fcc

    One and only knight of the round table belonging to the Peevishlicious Crew- SirJes
    raino and ChainPunch like this.
    12-05-14 09:25 AM
  3. flyersfan76's Avatar
    Sqc100-3 hits fcc

    One and only knight of the round table belonging to the Peevishlicious Crew- SirJes
    Saw that email. Which device is that?

    Nevermind. I forgot.

    The FCC docs show that the confidentiality on some items expire in May. That stinks.

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    Last edited by flyersfan76; 12-05-14 at 06:14 PM.
    12-05-14 05:45 PM
  4. ChainPunch's Avatar
    Sqc100-3, I think it is the verizon model with camera.
    12-05-14 06:27 PM
  5. jr4941's Avatar
    Perhaps a mobile health monitor for patients?

    Posted via CB10
    12-18-14 08:39 PM
  6. BACK-2-BLACK's Avatar
    Perhaps a mobile health monitor for patients?

    Posted via CB10
    I was wondering about this too... The HealthBox?

    Can anyone confirm?

    Thanks
    01-26-15 09:33 AM
  7. nt300's Avatar
    This is the Classic device. Don't think it's anything else.

    Posted by Q5
    01-28-15 10:13 AM
  8. alternator77's Avatar
    Maybe a wearable minus the strap?? Hence the wierd shape.

    Posted via CB10
    02-17-15 01:23 PM
  9. kg4icg's Avatar
    Yeah but Nexus 6 is going to be carried by Sprint though, right? So it's "in the system" (i.e. all units are ESN/IMEI whitelisted regardless of where you bought that Nexus 6 from.) I was talking about a phone they don't carry but it happens to have Sprint LTE bands. Let's say a hypothetical, no name Chinese Android phone which has band 41, and for some reason also has band 25 and that other 800 MHz band Sprint uses. Would such a phone, if it's not "in Sprint's system" be allowed onto Sprint's LTE networks? Verizon barely allows this for tablets, but they have that band 13 obligation.
    To answer your question yes, as long as it has the correct lte frequencies and is fcc licensed to be used in the US. The cdma side will be a problem, lte only not a problem, for that just requires a sim, just like gsm.
    02-18-15 07:23 AM
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