T-Mobile spent nearly $ 8 billion on 600 MHz spectrum in 2017, which has been converted to LTE Volume 71. With LTE, the LTE Volume 71 more Americans. But your phone also has to support this frequency, and so far, only a handful do.
When T-Mobile finally started rolling out the new LTE Volume 71 to the public in 2017, they launched it with the LG V30. At the time, the SoC of choice for Android devices was the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, which did not include support by default. OEMs did not.
Thankfully, 2018 brought the Snapdragon 845, which included support for the new band across the board. Going forward, this should be commonplace with all types of smartphone processors, not just the flagship animal. But there have been some noticeable omissions, such as HTC, Nokia, and BlackBerry.
T-Mobile knew that with over 90 million US iPhone users in 201
- iPhone X R : Unlocked and carrier versions
- All new 2018 iPhones support the band. iPhone X S : Unlocked and carrier versions
- iPhone X S Max: Unlocked and carrier versions
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Despite their popularity on other networks, the latest pixel devices from Google are only sold in-store by Verizon. However, the unlocked version works perfectly with T-Mobile, and according to the carrier, it even runs faster on their network. Since Verizon Pixels are internally identical to the unlocked version, these variants will thus work on Volume 71, but you will have to pay off the phone before switching carriers. While most of T-Mobile's claim is marketing, they have one valid point: Only on T-Mobile can the Pixel 3 and 3 XL take advantage of LTE Volume 71.
- Pixel 3: Unlocked and carrier versions  Pixel 3 XL: Unlocked and carrier versions
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The LG V30. LG has been a major supporter of the new frequency, going as far as to launch the new LTE tape with their latest device at the time. Unfortunately, either because of the cost, a request from T-Mobile, or some other reason, it appears LG is limiting devices which support this band to T-Mobile's carrier phones only. LG for the LG V40 ThinQ, no other LG phone included support
- Aristo 2 Plus: Carrier version
- G7 ThinQ: Carrier version
- K30: Carrier version
- Q45: Carrier version
- V30: Carrier version
- V40 ThinQ: Unlocked and carrier versions
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Motorola currently has two phones on T-Mobile, both of which support the 600 MHz frequency. LOT Volume 71 as well.
- Moto E5 Plus: Carrier version
- Moto E5 Play: Carrier version
- Moto Z3 Play: Unlocked version
During the OnePlus 6T event, OnePlus announced its first official US carrier partnership with T-Mobile. For the occasion, OnePlus created two variants of the phone, one sold through their website and one sold in T-Mobile stores. Both included LTE Volume 71 support
- OnePlus 6: Unlocked version
- OnePlus 6T: Unlocked and carrier versions
By far, the OEM with the most options is Samsung. The largest smartphone manufacturer has seven different phones which support the band, and that does not include the unlocked variants of their flagship phones. Samsung offers entry, midrange, and flagship level phones.
- Galaxy A6: Carrier version
- Galaxy J3 Star: Carrier version
- Galaxy J7 Star: Galaxy S8 Active: Carrier version
- Galaxy S9: Unlocked and carrier versions
- Galaxy S9 + Unlocked and carrier versions
- Galaxy Note 9: Unlocked and carrier versions
REVVL is T-Mobile's own line of budget phones. All the devices are made by TCL and are less than $ 300. While last year's REVVL and REVVL did not include support, the follow-up devices do. Because these are T-Mobile phones,
- REVVL 2: Carrier version
- REVVL 2 Plus: Carrier version