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Motorola Brings moto g100 to US With Incomplete Network Support

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Jul 22, 2021, 4:34 PM
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LTE / 5G real world support

Interesting price point. Are any phone actually support all band that US carriers offers? or are we expect limited support on all phones?
I am on Mint (T-mobile) plan, will this be a good choice?
It's expensive to develop and test a phone for all of the many frequency bands now deployed in US networks (and for both 4G and 5G). That cost means it's common to find that support on top-end phones, and the network support often decreases as ...
To answer your second question, no, I don't think the moto g100 is a good choice. I'm frankly surprised Motorola is selling this phone in the US at all, and certainly for this price point. Since you're on the T-Mobile network, you should absolutely ma...
Charles Bigelow

Jul 23, 2021, 3:11 PM
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Shame such a decently priced phone for its type would be sold with such incomplete LTE and NR frequecies.
There are other midranger type phones out there that are highly compatible but don't expect an 800 series processor.
I agree its a shame, but especially for Motorola, who usually pushes good band support for their other models in the US... seriously, what were they thinking?

I've had a couple of Motorola Moto E handsets from Cricket (AT&T) in the past five years ...
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