Would love to hear some feedback on this device. I'm strongly considering picking this thing up!
Some basic interesting facts about the One plus 7 pro 5G..
Snapdragon 855 CPU
In-screen fingerprint sensor
All screen design with pop up camera
No wireless charging
No official IP rating (supposedly can handle being underwater or being wet without issues for short periods)
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I'm new to this forum, and I've seen people mention cell sites with specific ID's (for example, SF33XC664). Is there any significance to these ID's, and is there a way to decode them? Also, how do I figure out what the cell site ID's are for towers near me?
Thanks! I'm excited to start talking on this site more 😀
I was taking a look at the HTC 5G Hub that's supposed to be launching on Sprint sometime this month. It looks like it could technically be Sprint's first foray into the WISP space. On HTC's site they mention it as a sort of replacement for your WiFi router with the ability to connect up to 20 devices to it. I wonder what data caps will be on this when it launches and what they plan on charging people for using it?
It seems to be a lot of things smashed into one device. It's combining a wireless router, a streaming box, and a cloud gaming device all into one. It also has support for pretty much every U.S. LTE band.
T-Mobile seems to already be thinning Sprint's PCS spectrum and using it for their own LTE in NYC. Today T-Mobile expanded Band 2 LTE to 15MHz from 10MHz in NYC. If you take a look at this chart from speedtest.net, you can see that the only way T-Mobile can do that here is by taking 5MHz from Sprint's B-block.
https://www.pcmag.com/news/race-to-5g-putting-5g-to-the-test This should reveal the true state of 5G in America amongst the big 3 and show what progress New T-Mobile has made. PS: Seeing Sprint faded out is truly bittersweet but who knows if they could have survived or went bankrupt. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk