1. TechBob's Avatar
    T-Mobile has started preorders of the Note 10+ 5G. Same price as the Verizon model, but Verizon uses the first gen x50 modem. The specs on the order page confirm that this model uses the second generation x55 modem:

    Qualcomm SM8150 + SDX55:

    You might want to check out this article.
    https://www.androidcentral.com/qualc...ant-5gs-future
    12-02-2019 11:09 AM
  2. buzzy3970's Avatar
    Nice trade in promo as well. 650 off trading in last years models is pretty good...
    12-02-2019 07:06 PM
  3. jlangner's Avatar
    I also noticed comes with Android 10 right out of the box: (Sorry if already mentioned)

    "In addition to all the great features of the Samsung Galaxy Note10+, such as the large 6.8” QHD+ display, intelligent S Pen, and powerful battery, the new Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G will have the 5G-enabled modem and come with the new Android 10 OS out of the box"

    https://www.t-mobile.com/devices/samsung-galaxy-note-10-plus-5g?icid=WMM_TMO_U_19NETWRK5G_4TSAA78ISFRCU5719035
    12-04-2019 03:45 PM
  4. Willy_P's Avatar
    I pre-ordered one this morning. Getting any 5G phone for $650 (plus tax), let alone a Note 10+, was an offer I couldn’t refuse.
    12-04-2019 06:15 PM
  5. lyingfromyou's Avatar
    I also noticed comes with Android 10 right out of the box: (Sorry if already mentioned)

    "In addition to all the great features of the Samsung Galaxy Note10+, such as the large 6.8” QHD+ display, intelligent S Pen, and powerful battery, the new Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G will have the 5G-enabled modem and come with the new Android 10 OS out of the box"

    https://www.t-mobile.com/devices/samsung-galaxy-note-10-plus-5g?icid=WMM_TMO_U_19NETWRK5G_4TSAA78ISFRCU5719035
    That would mean T-Mobile should be ready to roll Android 10 to the rest of us..

    The phones are almost identical
    12-04-2019 07:08 PM
  6. Randy Ohio's Avatar
    Can someone please answer a question? From what I read this T-Mobile version just works on the low band 600Mhz band, not the faster mid-range or milimeter wave, and is really only 20% faster than LTE? So when the real 5G rolls out, this will be incompatible with the faster technology? $1,300 for a phone with limited technology. Yes new chips, but headed to obsolescence already.
    12-04-2019 09:42 PM
  7. Willy_P's Avatar
    Can someone please answer a question? From what I read this T-Mobile version just works on the low band 600Mhz band, not the faster mid-range or milimeter wave, and is really only 20% faster than LTE? So when the real 5G rolls out, this will be incompatible with the faster technology? $1,300 for a phone with limited technology. Yes new chips, but headed to obsolescence already.
    You're correct that the current T-Mobile 5G phones only work on the low 600MHz band. However, I live in a semi-rural area and it may be years before the faster mm wave 5G comes to my area. In the meantime, I want to be able to benefit from faster 4G and the low band 5G. If you live in a major metropolitan area, the current T-Mobile 5G phones may not be right for you.
    12-05-2019 09:31 AM

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