Originally Posted by twospirits
Compared to the Note 3
Battery is 3200 mAh
Storage is 32GB
Sd Card up to 64 offical (or 128 unofficial)
Sources: mobiletechreview, S4GRU
Okay, so I read through the s4gru article (Thanks again, TS), so that I could understand how the radios break down.
Now, my next question is, since it's been established that the radios in the Sprint Note 3 represent World Phone capabilities, did Sprint close off access to the SIM card again or were they smart (like with the original Photon) and leave it unlocked?
If they left it unlocked, I'll be a happy camper (even without the tri-band radios). Truthfully, for me, it doesn't really matter that they don't have the additional radios in the Note 3 because I don't have full confidence that all the 3 LTE signals will be up and running smoothly before I upgrade again.
Considering the pace that Network Vision has been going at, I'd even be surprised if 2 LTE radios are up, functional, and able to connect to.
How many LTE radios did they put in the Note 2 for Sprint? Is it only the 1900 also? If so, I'll be more than fine with that for at least 1 year.