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  1. Recent/current iPhones for the US have...

    Recent/current iPhones for the US have eSIM+physical SIM. Some recent (current?) Asian market iPhones have dual physical SIM.

    I have read that these Asian market iPhones have all the...
  2. As of now, newer iPhone and Pixel phones that...

    As of now, newer iPhone and Pixel phones that support eSIM will, if one of the providers supports eSIM.
  3. It doesn't have to be Vzw branded to be able to...

    It doesn't have to be Vzw branded to be able to be able to be officially activated on the Vzw network. I just has to be on the Vzw whitelist, which I believe manufacturers pay for.

    For example,...
  4. It's not likely eligible for activation on the...

    It's not likely eligible for activation on the Vzw network, because Vzw uses a whitelist, which is followed by their MVNOs.

    There's a possibility it will work with an already active TW SIM card,...
  5. I don't think so, but I don't see LTE bands...

    I don't think so, but I don't see LTE bands listed at the link you provided.
  6. It may be missing at least LTE Band 71, depending...

    It may be missing at least LTE Band 71, depending on what spec list you check.

    Hopefully someone will reply back with a definitive answer!
    ...
  7. Aha! That explains it!

    Aha! That explains it!
  8. Well, I was considering getting this $1,979.99...

    Well, I was considering getting this $1,979.99 Samsung Galaxy Fold SM-F900U as a replacement for my $30 Moto E4 XT1768, but I'm not sure if it would be enough of an upgrade, so I've decided to hold...
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