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twospirits

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About twospirits

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  • Birthday 04/16/1963

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    http://santafemods.com

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    Galaxy Note 10+, OnePlus 7TPro McLaren
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    Queens, NY
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    Sprint Fan Boy (or Girl)
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    The No is always there, you are just looking for the YES
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    Travel, website moderation, eating.

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  1. wow, I hate making videos since I sound so weird but my piss poor video ended up on phonearena. lol The LG V60 ThinQ is more similar to Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 than you think
  2. System Project Leader in finance for both Elmhurst and Queens Hospital (the ones in the news) here in NYC. Also considered essential. It Be safe everyone.
  3. I'm still on Sprint with my Note 10+, but I wanted to try out the OnePlus 7t Pro McLaren on T-Mobile and just traded it in for the LG.
  4. I hate when folks lie. T-Mobile site shows the phone in stock at the main store, so I go and they said they had 2 and were already sold. Funny since they open at 10AM and I was the third in line. The two people in front of me only went to pay their bill. So I ordered it. Another 2-3 days of Heinz Ketchup anticipation. lol btw, am I the only one getting this phone in this thread.
  5. So according to 9to5google, the Phone will be available from T-Mobile at $799.99 without the dual-screen accessory and at $899 with it. Link TS out
  6. twospirits

    LG G8X Thin Q

    I'm sure most of you that got this phone has probably seen every video imaginable made about it, but this reviewer covers so much that I have not seen covered elsewhere. She truly showcases the neat things the phone can do.
  7. Yeah, thats a bummer, but I guess the reasoning is because Sprint is merging into T-Mobile. Hopefully T-Mobile turns on the Sprint access soon. So far my T-Mobile OnePlus 7T Pro Mclaren 5G isn't that great compared to my Samsung Note 10+ on 4G. I was going to go for the G8 ThinkQ because I love that second screen case. Didn't get it even with the excellent Best Buy discount since one has to wait over 6 weeks for the cover. But once that V60 ThinkQ comes out, I think I may go for that one instead. Especially since they are including the additional screen cover. In the meantime I'll pay off the Mclaren and use that as a trade in for the V60.
  8. twospirits

    LG G8X Thin Q

    That Best Buy deal of $6.26 a month for 24 months is pretty neat. the small print says "Total savings of $598.80 includes $200.00 Best Buy instant discount and $16.61 a month carrier bill credit for 24 months. Bill credits end when phone balance is paid off." So if the price of the phone is $799.99 and there is a discount savings of $598.80 = $201.99 and if the monthly payment is $6.26 for 24 months ($150.24) the final balance is $51.75 or am I calculating this wrong? Wish it came with the dual screen attachment.
  9. I wonder if the CPUC will make their ruling before then. Does it usually take this long for the California Commission to do a ruling?
  10. I believe you are right. The sprint version uses 855 while the Tmobile uses 855+. Therefore the McLaren version is better. That means I'll have to pay more monthly on a new Tmobile plan instead of adding it to my existing Sprint Unlimited Freedom line account.
  11. I was debating whether to get the OnePlus 7T Pro as a secondary phone, but I couldn't decided between the Sprint OnePlus 7 Pro 5G or the T-Mobile OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren version. Upon researching them, it's a shame that the Sprint version has less ram, an older processor and slight less battery but whats worse is that its not as future proof as the T-Mobile version since it has less bands. (Understandable since the McLaren version just came out recently and the Sprint version came out last May). The Sprint version doesn't have NR 5G band 71 / 600 MHz that T-Mobile uses for their 5G. So if the merger gets approved, the T-Mobile version can use both Sprint and T-Mobiles 5G. The Sprint one only uses the Band 41. Bummer.🤬 Band Compare The kicker is that according to numerous youtube videos of both phones on their networks, the Sprint version seems to be able to deliver better speeds. Decisions, decisions. TS
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