"CN version" Available on ebay. Will it work in the US?

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n4v1n

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As stated the P10 plus is available on ebay, I am just wondering if I should wait or if the CN version would work on US cellular carriers? thanks!
 

n4v1n

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Actually no, because over the years of buying unlocked phones I have found that ebay listings tend to lack these facts or are not trustworthy, especially when they are written overseas. I will not drop >$800 on a phone until I know for sure. I posted here since I figured some may already have experience with the handset. Thank you
 

scook94

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Then you should wait. If ebay listings are the only source you can find for technical information on the p10 plus then don't risk your money.
 

austriker27

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Even if bands work you could end up with a Chinese model like what I got when I ordered a P9 Plus and didn't pay attention to model numbers. It wasn't a big deal, just took some time to get Google play installed. And some apps and settings not in English
 

v587zzy

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I have a mate 9 china version and it works in Canada on Telus and Rogers network. Just FYI.

A spec list from huawei Chinese website for P10 Plus:

LTE FDD:Band1/2/3/4/5/7/8/9/12/17/18/19/20/26
TD-LTE: Band38/39/40/41(100M)
UMTS(WCDMA)/HSPA+/DC-HSDPA:Band1/2/4/5/6/8/19
TD-SCDMA:Band34/39 (移动主频段)
CDMA(主副卡二选一):BC0( 800MHz);(仅限中国电信(中国大陆+澳门))
GSM/EDGE:850/900/1800/1900MHz
 
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    I have a mate 9 china version and it works in Canada on Telus and Rogers network. Just FYI.

    A spec list from huawei Chinese website for P10 Plus:

    LTE FDD:Band1/2/3/4/5/7/8/9/12/17/18/19/20/26
    TD-LTE: Band38/39/40/41(100M)
    UMTS(WCDMA)/HSPA+/DC-HSDPA:Band1/2/4/5/6/8/19
    TD-SCDMA:Band34/39 (移动主频段)
    CDMA(主副卡二选一):BC0( 800MHz);(仅限中国电信(中国大陆+澳门))
    GSM/EDGE:850/900/1800/1900MHz
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    Yes it will work I get 4G on tmobile