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5G via OnePlus Nord

  1. Jaomeni
    Gingerbread Mar 22, 2022

    Jaomeni , via OnePlus Nord , Mar 22, 2022 :
    Dear! After a long time I realized that OnePlus Nord really has full support for 5G I just needed to turn it on in the settings and normally the network has 5G 1647928437890.jpg
     

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  2. drmartin
    Moderator Moderator Mar 22, 2022

    drmartin , Mar 22, 2022 :
    Yes your 5G is on. Your network and OnePlus need an agreement to be able to use 5G though. More details can probably be found on XDA.
     

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  3. psygarden
    The Lab Reviewer - OnePlus 9RT 5G Mar 22, 2022

    psygarden , Mar 22, 2022 :
    Yes Nord is 5G enabled, check the bands availability with network provider and phone, only then 5G can be enabled.
     

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  5. jpietrzak8
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 27, 2022

    jpietrzak8 , via OnePlus Nord N10 5G T-Mobile , May 27, 2022 :
    You have to remember that 5G "standards" are all over the place, with different bands, different quality of service levels, and different signal strengths, so the speed you get will vary wildly in different situations.

    That said, here's a test I just ran on T-Mobile's network in Dayton, Ohio here on a Friday afternoon:


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  7. jpietrzak8
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 27, 2022

    jpietrzak8 , via OnePlus Nord N10 5G T-Mobile , May 27, 2022 :
    I ran the test a few more times. Turns out the average right now is closer to 150 Mbps, in fact.


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  8. jpietrzak8
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 27, 2022

    jpietrzak8 , via OnePlus Nord N10 5G T-Mobile , May 27, 2022 :
    Yeah, I'm in a suburb fairly far out of the local city, the 5G band used here prioritizes range over speed. In a downtown area you can take advantage of the higher speed, weaker strength bands. :)
     

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  10. HoLeetihs
    Jelly Bean May 28, 2022

    HoLeetihs , May 28, 2022 :
    Off topic but I have visited multiple times in National museum of the US Air force in Dayton . Maybe 4 or 5 times. What a amazing place!
    Next week again I have to travel around 7000Km's to Columbus area. Maybe I will visit in Dayton too...
     

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  11. jpietrzak8
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 28, 2022

    jpietrzak8 , via OnePlus Nord N10 5G T-Mobile , May 28, 2022 :
    For the most part, Dayton is not the world's most exciting vacation spot. ;) But yeah, it does have the one advantage of being the place where Orville and Wilbur Wright created their airplane, so aircraft have always been a feature of the area.

    Otherwise, it's pretty much all farmland around here. :)
     

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  12. HoLeetihs
    Jelly Bean May 28, 2022

    HoLeetihs , May 28, 2022 :
    Yeah, I know that but I think you already knew that I wasn't there for vacation. There's lot of industry in the area too...
     

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  13. jpietrzak8
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 28, 2022

    jpietrzak8 , via OnePlus Nord N10 5G T-Mobile , May 28, 2022 :
    There used to be a whole lot of manufacturing here, both for aircraft and auto parts! I live in an area of Dayton named after the guy who invented the electric ignition for automobiles. :) But it has all been slipping away, to other areas of the country and world. There's a reason they call this region of the US the "rust belt". ;) But it will eventually regain some other attraction; this place somehow always seems to come up with surprises. :)
     

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