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Orbic 5G


Aug 17, 2021, 9:17 AM
If you compare radio's to iPhone Max Pro, Orbic Myra only has about 33% of the radios. This seems to always be the case with large cheap priced phones. Same with the OnePlus 5G. There will be a lot of dead connections for they buyer if they don't do the research.
Rich Brome

Aug 17, 2021, 11:49 AM
That's not quite fair / accurate in this case.

If this were an unlocked phone that you wanted to be able to use with any US carrier, then yes, it would need to support many more bands.

But this phone is exclusive to Verizon, and it supports 100% of the radio bands that Verizon uses, including mmWave and C-band 5G.

Aug 23, 2021, 2:33 PM
I have Verizon and I'm using a iPhone 12 Max Pro and while my phone says 5G at the top my speed test is always poorer than the 4GLTE. The problem with a phone with a few radio's is that when you roam on Verizon you are out of luck and service. I'm on Verizon and I'm watching T-Mobile Magenta Max. I need to first validate the 5G service in W. Houston and on my way to Austin. In the past only Verizon had no blind spots. (Vz was 3G).

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