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iruiz2

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I was curious about the different hardware variants of the 7T and decided to ask support once EU launch went over and they kindly answered.

HD1900: China
HD1901: India
HD1903: Europe
HD1905: North America
HD1907: T-Mobile USA

Any hardware variations that matter among them? Or it is just a way of tracking where the phone came from?
 

xombee69

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tdelet

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I'm in the US, NYC/NJ. I was super torn. I wanted to upgrade my op5. I wasn't a big fan of the pop up camera or the curved edges of the 7 Pro...plus I wanted a T.

The MacLaren edition is really nice, but...popup camera and like 400 more than the Chinese 7T. I couldn't justify it. So I took a chance and ordered the HD1900 Chinese version of the 7T with 265gb. So far, after about two weeks, it's excellent. I have no issues with not having a fast connection

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No issues with not having a connection. Maybe it's because I'm in an area with good coverage (t-mobile). But so far, for $500 - HD1900 has been excellent.

I'm just waiting for twrp so I can root the thing.
 

fabricio_gt

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Hd1900

Hi im from gt and i was thinking of buying the hd1900

The only requirments by my carrier were:
Gsm:
-900 (e-gsm)
-1900 (pcs)
Umts and Lte:
-b2 (1900 pcs)

Umts and lte are compatible i just wanted to know if they would be compatible in gsm bands. Thanks
 

pedritopl

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OnePlus 3T
Hi im from gt and i was thinking of buying the hd1900

The only requirments by my carrier were:
Gsm:
-900 (e-gsm)
-1900 (pcs)
Umts and Lte:
-b2 (1900 pcs)

Umts and lte are compatible i just wanted to know if they would be compatible in gsm bands. Thanks
Yes. Compatible.
Details: https://www.oneplus.com/pl/7t/specs
"Connectivity" part, and:
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/GSM_frequency_bands
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/LTE_frequency_bands#Frequency_bands_and_channel_bandwidths
 

tdelet

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Dec 20, 2011
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Got the 7T rooted...no problems. Not used to doing it without TWRP, but it all worked fine. Magisk, root all working flawlessly. For 500, the 256gb hd1900 has been excellent. I know it didn't have band 66 (or something) but in NYC and Quebec I haven't noticed any problems. I'm coming from an OP5 and mobile connectivity is at least as good with the OP7T HD1900.

For me, the decision came down to value. I wanted the 256gb, which ruled out the US OP7T. The OP7 Pro is nice and I came close to choosing it but I don't like the curved screen edges and I'm not a fan of the pop up camera. The notch doesn't bother me. So, no 7T pro either. The t-mobile McLaren edition was tempting...12gb ram, 5g. But at almost twice the price...not worth it. So far very happy with the hd1900 in the US with the 256gb.

Once I got it rooted, of course.

 

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