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Do we know of any future 5G devices headed to Sprint by the end of the year? I assume the Galaxy Note 10. Anything else though?

When X55 modem devices start coming in, will T-Mobile and Sprint share the same models with support for N260, N261, N71, and N41? What about N12, N25, or N66?

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There will be a Note 10+ 5G coming to T-Mobile in Q4: https://www.t-mobile.com/news/samsung-note10

The press release states it will support N71 along with other unnamed mid band spectrum, so this will have the X55 modem. I assume the unnamed mid band(s) would be N25, N66, and N41. The same or similar model will likely make it to Sprint.

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The new 5G One Plus phone will be a global 5G device, which means it should support several NR bands: https://www.xda-developers.com/oneplus-ceo-confirms-5g-smartphone-possibly-oneplus-7t/

This phone may support all of Sprint/T-Mobile's 5G low and mid bands similar to what the Note 10+ 5G might do.

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2 hours ago, Yuhfhrh said:

One Plus 7 Pro 5G launched on Sprint. We're only about a month or two out from the new 5G One Plus phone being launched, but I guess better late than never? https://newsroom.sprint.com/oneplus-7pro-5g-launches-as-sprints-fourth-5g-device.htm

Looks like my new phone! Perfect timing too!

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2 hours ago, Yuhfhrh said:

One Plus 7 Pro 5G launched on Sprint. We're only about a month or two out from the new 5G One Plus phone being launched, but I guess better late than never? https://newsroom.sprint.com/oneplus-7pro-5g-launches-as-sprints-fourth-5g-device.htm

 

22 minutes ago, SeanK_ said:

Looks like my new phone! Perfect timing too!

Does anyone know if this phone has 1x800? Granted, at this point that may not be a big deal to most people, but it might matter to those on the fringes of coverage.

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On 8/27/2019 at 3:40 PM, Rawvega said:

 

Does anyone know if this phone has 1x800? Granted, at this point that may not be a big deal to most people, but it might matter to those on the fringes of coverage.

I can't find any information on band support, or an FCC ID. Nothing on the OnePlus website either.

I would assume they would throw in BC10, as it shouldn't be difficult when the 7 pro already supported BC0.

Edit: It does support BC10: https://fcc.report/FCC-ID/2ABZ2-GM1925

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