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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

8GB RAM

AMOLED QHD+ 

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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One thing I noticed about the none 5G version is that it lacks BC10 for CDMA for voice. They only have BC0, BC1 listed as supported. Don't know if this will apply to the 5G variant 

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4 minutes ago, mirskyc said:

One thing I noticed about the none 5G version is that it lacks BC10 for CDMA for voice. They only have BC0, BC1 listed as supported. Don't know if this will apply to the 5G variant 

Yeah, I don't think any of the older model will ever be compatible with Sprint in its current form (Sans merger)

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I'm wondering if it can be flashed over to the international rom to get dual sim support like the T-mobile variant can...

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Hopefully future phones will just support all carriers no matter where you buy it. Don't think the unlocked model will work on Sprint, only the Sprint model

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Came super close to picking this phone up but could not get over it's cons. No wireless charging/headphone jack and Samsung's superior build quality and design. (Note 10 is substantially better built)

I think I might end up with Note 10+ 5G.

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3 minutes ago, nexgencpu said:

Came super close to picking this phone up but could not get over it's cons. No wireless charging/headphone jack and Samsung's superior build quality and design. (Note 10 is substantially better built)

I think I might end up with Note 10+ 5G.

My OnePlus 2 is still in use.  It's a rock solid device.  My 13 year old son uses it, and was a hand me down from his two older sisters.  After I used it initially for nearly 1-1/2 years.  It's as good as the day I bought it, over four years ago.

Although no wireless charging on a flagship device nowadays is unforgivable!  It was even a let down back in 2015 when the OnePlus 2 came out that it didn't have wireless charging.

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Yeah, I don't think any of the older model will ever be compatible with Sprint in its current form (Sans merger)
It could work on Sprint as a VOLTE only device. It has 25,26 and 41

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