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Not sure if someone has started this thread, feel free to merge, but did anyone else notice One Plus 5 have all 3 bands for Sprint ? Does this mean it is compatible ? Huge deal as it will be the first one plus to be.

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No. 

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You really have to scratch your head at OnePlus. They add all of Sprints LTE bands but leave out Verizon's band 13.

 

But on the cdma side, they leave out Sprint's BC1 and BC10, but include BC0 (used by Verizon in most markets).

 

Whats their strategy???

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You really have to scratch your head at OnePlus. They add all of Sprints LTE bands but leave out Verizon's band 13.

 

But on the cdma side, they leave out Sprint's BC1 and BC10, but include BC0 (used by Verizon in most markets).

 

Whats their strategy???

Not serve American cdma carriers while having BC0 for China.

 

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Too bad. Saw the bands but was skeptical. I suppose internet would work but no voice and text ?

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