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kg4icg

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  1. It doesn't apply to sprint, they aren't doing mmwave, sprint is upgrading panels on cell towers for there 5g, but it does apply to AT&T and Verizon
  2. A little video I made this morning, from my personable experience on the V50, and yes there's a typo
  3. I can definitely confirm expansion in the DC area, also Baltimore to Delaware, starting to see 5G on 95 on my weekend runs to Newark.
  4. Except Sprint's 5G setup is on the celltower, using 64T64R antenna's, replace band 41 antennas with new ones, not utility pole mounted.
  5. Noticing Sprint's 5G foot print getting bigger week by week in the DC area
  6. Yeah been getting it ever since I bought The V50 in the DC area, but now it's official, no wonder John Saw flew to NYC yesterday.
  7. Well looks like the 5G symbol is lighting up in DC and Virginia /DC market, Chantilly wasn't a fluke.
  8. Oh and band 41 has a pci of 273 when in 5G mode I'm guessing. have to see if I can repeat my findings.
  9. To add, it was at Route 50 and Centerville road, and yes it reverted back to LTE when I went north on Centerville road.
  10. The 5G symbol is up on my V50 and I'm sitting in Chantilly, VA right now. Yesterday it was saying LTE. Just noting a observation.
  11. Well I now have the lg v50 in hand, picked it up from sprint yesterday
  12. Though you have the usual kooks chiming in saying the usual things about cell sites. It was also mentioned on WMAL this morning.
  13. Darn did you ever think, that being in that metal can called a rail road car could have something to do with signal degredation. I travel constantly from DC to Newark and I get good results with my LG G7
  14. You guys failed to realize though, with Verizon's 5g, you have to be standing within 300 feet or less of a node to get anything, while you can drive around with Sprint's which has greater coverage.
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