S7 Cellular band support chart for USA

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G930V: Verizon
G930P: Sprint
G930A: AT&T
G930T: T-Mobile

G930R4: US Cellular?
 

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It's quite rare for the US.

Only iPhone 6/6S (including Plus), Nexus 6, Moto X Pure Edition (third gen), Nexus 5X, and Nexus 6P are doing it.
There are different versions of the 6/6s/P sold in the USA. They would work but not all the versions have all the lte bands of all USA carriers.
 

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Which radio bands does the S7 have

Anyone know if they will include all the US LTE bands on all the phones similar to the Nexus 6P or iPhone style or will they recreate multiple version of their phones for all the different carriers?

Anyone know the reason why historically they haven't been doing this?

Thank You.
 

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Re: Which radio bands does the S7 have

Anyone know if they will include all the US LTE bands on all the phones similar to the Nexus 6P or iPhone style or will they recreate multiple version of their phones for all the different carriers?

Anyone know the reason why historically they haven't been doing this?

Thank You.

There are different versions. It won't be like the 6p
 

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Does anything in that chart indicate there will be a pearl white S7 available in the US after the phone officially launches?
Is that too much for a girl to ask for? 😉😀
 

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Do you happen to have a chart like this for Canada?

Wondering if i can import a phone to work on the Bell Network. thanks
 

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Re: Which radio bands does the S7 have

Anyone know if they will include all the US LTE bands on all the phones similar to the Nexus 6P or iPhone style or will they recreate multiple version of their phones for all the different carriers?

Anyone know the reason why historically they haven't been doing this?

Thank You.

The carriers are their customers.

Posted via the Android Central App on the Moto X Pure Edition
 

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Both the AT&T and T-Mobile carrier minority models will struggle on some of the European 4G/LTE networks. Depends on which country and carrier you want to use in Europe or worldwide. Should be O.K. on the majority of 2G and 3G networks though.
 

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If im reading the chart right, it seems sprint is the loaded of them all, looks like I should just go with sprint for a near fully unlocked world experience. Like I said IF im reading it right.
 

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