But why isn't Sprint getting the Moto X 2014 in first place? What can we do, short of leaving Sprint, to encourage Sprint to offer this phone?
Seems like Motorola didn't want to add band 41(spark)
And will not support it on sprints network.
But the first generation didn't have it either.
So maybe they are seeing that spark devices continue to have certain issues.
Real test will be the iphone6, how sprint network can handle.
But according to Anandtech and Droid Life, the XT1092 variant supports the 41 band.
The Moto X XT1095 unlocked "Pure Edition" does not support CDMA nor Spark LTE bands. You can only use it on At&T and T-Mobile, though T-Mobile doesn't carry it. You can buy it directly from Motorola.
The Moto X XT1092 variant supports CDMA and LTE Bands 25/26/41 (Spark) but Sprint decided not to carry it.
The Moto X XT1096 variant is branded for Verizon.
The Moto X XT1097 variant is branded for AT&T.
I read where Sprint was NOT going to offer this phone to its customers.....if thats true I'm outta here
cant get the phone I want than Sprint can KISS MY BEHIND GOODBYE!
If you really lime sprint service may be wait a Lil,I'm sure the phone will hit sprint at some point.
It might come faster then their LTE