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LTE / 5G real world support


Jul 22, 2021, 4:34 PM
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?
Rich Brome

Jul 23, 2021, 10:15 AM
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 you move down in price.

Apple iPhones, Samsung Galaxy S, and Google Pixel phones generally all support all (or most) frequency bands. There are more affordable options in each of those series that are a good value, such as the iPhone SE, Galaxy S FE, and Pixel "a" models.

Some other relatively affordable models with excellent US network support include:
TCL 20 Pro 5G
Motorola moto g stylus 5G
Samsung Galaxy A52 5G
Charles Bigelow

Aug 5, 2021, 10:12 AM
I checked, the TCL 20 Pro 5G does not have support for AT&T 5G.
Rich Brome

Aug 5, 2021, 10:25 AM
Source? It supports NR 2/5/66, which is AT&T's sub-6 5G network...
Rich Brome

Jul 23, 2021, 10:18 AM
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 make sure any phone you're considering supports LTE in band 71, which this does not.

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