http://www.wirelessweek.com/news/20..._cid=5180002&et_rid=%%subscriberid%%&type=cta Sprint this week gave a glimpse of what’s coming down the pipe. On Tuesday, the carrier said it successfully used three-channel carrier aggregation to achieve speeds of 300 mbps on the new Samsung Galaxy S7. The figure represents a threefold increase over the 100 mbps speeds the company currently offers using two-channel carrier aggregation, Sprint said. In its tests, Sprint said it used 60MHz of 2.5GHz spectrum in its Tuesday test in Reston, Va., 20 MHz more than the carrier currently uses for two-channel carrier aggregation. Sprint said it used the Samsung Galaxy S7 in its test because it is one of the first devices on the market that can support three-channel aggregation.