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By chetly968, Senior Member on 12th December 2019, 09:45 PM
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Does anyone think the 5g version of this phone will have the capability of accessing

Mm wave, midband and 600 frequencies and be sold unlocked? The S10 5g can only do the mmwave, the Note 10 plus 5g does midband and the 600 range OR mm wave bit not both. I'm on T-Mobile which eventually will use the entire range after the Sprint acquisition.
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Does anyone think the 5g version of this phone will have the capability of accessing

Mm wave, midband and 600 frequencies and be sold unlocked? The S10 5g can only do the mmwave, the Note 10 plus 5g does midband and the 600 range OR mm wave bit not both. I'm on T-Mobile which eventually will use the entire range after the Sprint acquisition.

The note 5g already have the SDX55 modem. I don’t think T Mobile will implement MMwave anytime soon it doesn’t travel far and can barely penetrate through walls and the amount of battery will be used searching for signals will be too much imo.
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Does anyone think the 5g version of this phone will have the capability of accessing

Mm wave, midband and 600 frequencies and be sold unlocked? The S10 5g can only do the mmwave, the Note 10 plus 5g does midband and the 600 range OR mm wave bit not both. I'm on T-Mobile which eventually will use the entire range after the Sprint acquisition.

I hope so. Fingers crossed
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The note 5g already have the SDX55 modem. I don’t think T Mobile will implement MMwave anytime soon it doesn’t travel far and can barely penetrate through walls and the amount of battery will be used searching for signals will be too much imo.

They are using mmWave in certain cities (neighborhoods really) via the galaxy s10 5g. Although it's true that it's only found in very limited areas, when I'm in those areas, I'd like to have access to it.
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