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    How many bands will it launch on? Cuz I don't wanna get a phone with only 1 5g band

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    600MHz. Hold off on getting one. I did and it’s not worth it


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    I agree. N71/B71 is not spread out to every site (e.g. 4 out of 30 sites in my area). Similarly, phones are expensive. Until they have more bands of 5G and more coverage in general... This is more of a "me first" bit where little is to be gained outside of sone bragging rights.

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    Two great smartphone apps to find cell towers and map actual coverage areas
    1. Cellmapper
    2. OpenSignal
    If You're With AT&T Wireless as your Cell Provider, Use the "AT&T Mark The Spot App" to report an issues with your service, like, no connection, slow speeds, no coverage, drop calls...etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by hdtvtechno View Post
    I predicted this.

    20 MHz band 71 4G > 15 MHz n71 5G FACT!
    15 MHz band 71 4G > 10 MHz n71 5G FACT!
    10 MHz band 71 4G > 5 MHz n71 5G FACT!

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    Does the current two 5g phones support sprints mid band network? Thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by cnotes20191 View Post
    Does the current two 5g phones support sprints mid band network? Thanks
    As mentioned earlier in the thread, better off waiting for now before buying a 5G phone. I can't answer your question, but some links that might help were offered on post #4. A little early to be concerned and I am certain that more specifications and new handsets will be upcoming in the next several months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by veriztd View Post
    As mentioned earlier in the thread, better off waiting for now before buying a 5G phone. I can't answer your question, but some links that might help were offered on post #4. A little early to be concerned and I am certain that more specifications and new handsets will be upcoming in the next several months.
    I know that but it would be good if they did. I see your point. I ordered it just to test it out in my area but do plan on purchasing all my 5g devices late 2020 as I’ve done every year when I do my purchases.

    Just read it would if merger is approved..


    But I think it’s odd that besides Verizon the s10 5g hasn’t been released unless I’m mistaken.

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    Sprint has 3 different 5G handsets, including the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veriztd View Post
    Sprint has 3 different 5G handsets, including the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G.
    My mistake but At&t and T-Mobile don’t.


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    At&t does sell the Samsung Note 10+ 5G. T-mobile sells the same Note and the Galaxy S10 5G.

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