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  1. Yuhfhrh

    One Plus 7 Pro 5G

    Just FYI- the bootloader on this is locked down according to owners over at XDA. https://forum.xda-developers.com/oneplus-7-pro/how-to/discussion-sprint-oneplus-7-pro-5g-t3963319
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    One Plus 7 Pro 5G

    It does support BC10: https://fcc.report/FCC-ID/2ABZ2-GM1925
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    One Plus 7 Pro 5G

    I'm wondering if it can be flashed over to the international rom to get dual sim support like the T-mobile variant can...
  4. https://www.engadget.com/amp/2019/08/27/sprint-s-5g-network-in-nyc-isn-t-crazy-fast-but-it-s-fast-enoug/ It sounds like they're using standalone with TDD config 5, at least in NYC.
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. Looks like a 5G One Plus 7 Pro or One Plus 7T Pro will be coming: https://newsroom.sprint.com/sprint-to-launch-5g-smartphone-from-oneplus.htm
  10. 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?
  11. Exactly this. Uploads should be a lot better on the 40MHz (or higher) channel, even with the current TDD configuration. This is why standalone NR should be iimportant for Sprint.
  12. Verizon also is showing pretty low upload speeds on 5G. Are they both just aggregating NR on an LTE carrier?
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