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B&H Photo is offering the best price we’ve seen on the OnePlus 8 in the onyx black colorway. Originally $, it’s just $ for the unlocked Verizon variant, which is the only version that supports UWB 5G and sub-6GHz 5G when connected to Verizon’s network. Alternatively, it works with AT&T and T-Mobile’s networks if you’re with either of those. This model originally sold for more than the base OnePlus 8 because of its Verizon 5G compatibility, but at this point, B&H’s deal knocks its price down below that of the base.

This model has a inch OLED screen that has a 90Hz refresh rate. It features Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor, with 8GB of RAM and GB of storage. We’re close to OnePlus announcing its latest phone, the OnePlus 9, though we don’t know yet how much that will cost. It’s safe to assume, though, it’ll likely cost much more than this discounted phone today. And with these specs and its 5G compatibility, you might not miss out on much by opting for the OnePlus 8 instead of waiting on the new phone.

OnePlus 8

The Verizon variant of the OnePlus 8 is the only model that supports the carrier’s mmWave 5G network as well as its sub-6GHz network. This one’s unlocked, so it can also be used with AT&T and T-Mobile for 4G or 5G.

It’s been a while since Amazon ran discounts on its latest Echo hardware, but you can get some decent price cuts today. One of its most useful devices, the Echo Dot with a built-in digital clock, is $15 off its usual price. This makes it $ Amazon is a little backed up on orders, claiming to deliver in late March or early April, depending on your color preference, but Best Buy is also honoring the deal if you prefer to not wait as long.

Check out my colleague Dan Seifert’s review of the new Echo Dot, which he claims have better sound quality than the previous version.

Amazon Echo Dot with a clock

Amazon’s Echo Dot with a clock is just like the more affordable version, but with a handy digital clock to help you keep track of the time. It can also show volume level or current temperature.

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Verizon requires any OEM that sells unlocked devices with support for its LTE 4G network to apply for certification. When OnePlus began selling the 8 and 8 Pro from its online store in the US on April 29 – neither of these phones were officially supported on Verizon’s network. OnePlus initially issued a statement prior to the 8 and 8 Pro’s launch that it would not be compatible with Verizon until possibly June.

In a turn of events, effective immediately, US unlocked variants of the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro can be activated on Verizon’s LTE network. The news was brought by Verizon Corporate PR Manager, George Koroneos via Twitter.

Koroneos recommends that Verizon customers go to the Verizon BYOD (Bring your own device) website, log in, and enter the device’s IMEI number. Simply popping your SIM card into the phone is not recommended and doing so may limit the full activation of features on Verizon’s network.

We should also remind you that neither unlocked version of the 8 or 8 Pro is compatible with Verizon’s mmWave 5G network. Only the OnePlus 8 (non-Pro) sold directly from Verizon will support 5G on the carrier.

Verizon was once a CDMA carrier, which meant it wasn’t compatible with any GSM unlocked device that you could simply pop a SIM into. Verizon required devices to have CDMA hardware that would specifically support Verizon. Once 4G LTE became the standard and the carrier’s 3G-CDMA network was phased out, Verizon stuck with the notion of only allowing certain devices to work on its network.

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OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro 4G/5G US network bands and compatibility: Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile

By David RuddockUpdated

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The OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro are the most US-friendly OnePlus phones to date, working on all 3 major operators

Whether you're on T-Mobile, Verizon, or AT&T, the new OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro will probably meet your connectivity needs, as the phones support almost every 4G LTE and 5G band currently deployed in any significant area of the United States. Just in case, though, here's a quick guide that should let you understand how the phone will perform on each carrier's network. This information comes direct from OnePlus' own documentation for the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro so you can trust it's accurate.

Verizon

4G: Fully supported

Both the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro are fully certified for use on Verizon's network, and support all Verizon 4G bands, meaning bands 2, 4, 5, 13, and Both phones also work on Verizon's legacy CDMA network. Like some older OnePlus devices like the 7 Pro and 6T that work on Verizon, the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro are CDMA-less certified. While CDMA bands BC0, 1, and 10 are all supported, the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro are not certified to run on Verizon's legacy 3G CDMA network, and will only be able to use the 4G network for data, telephony, and messaging.

(While there were some issues with the 8 Pro on Verizon initially, those have since been resolved.)

5G: Limited support (Verizon model OP8 only)

The situation with 5G on Verizon's network as regards the OnePlus 8 is a little complicated. If you buy your OnePlus 8 from Verizon, it will support the carrier's small but expanding mmWave 5G network in the currently deployed bands. However, if you buy your OnePlus 8 from OnePlus or T-Mobile, or bring your OnePlus 8 Pro to Verizon, none of these variants of the phone will support Verizon's mmWave 5G, which lives on band n (and also n).

For the purposes of future-proofing, it's unlikely the mmWave support will matter much in the long run. Verizon's mmWave network is simply too small and too impractical for most mobile use cases, and we do not foresee that changing in the next several years.

Additionally, it's exceedingly likely Verizon will begin the process of "refarming" its existing 4G LTE spectrum into 5G spectrum in the next year or two, opening up 5G coverage to a much broader subscriber base. At this time, we don't know if the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro would support that refarmed spectrum, but we expect it's pretty likely they will (though this probably will require firmware updates to the phones down the road).

AT&T

4G: Fully supported*

Both the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro utilized all of AT&T's currently deployed 4G LTE bands. Those bands are 2, 4, 5, 12, 17, 29, 30, and 66.

*One small note: the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro do not support AT&T's FirstNet first responder LTE network (band 14), which is not available to consumers in the first place, and so is largely irrelevant to our list here.

5G: No support (sub-6GHz or mmWave)

Unfortunately, neither the OnePlus 8 or 8 Pro are certified for AT&T's 5G network, and therefore are unable to access it according to testers. It's possible this could change in the future, but seems unlikely.

The OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro will not work on AT&T's existing sub-6GHz 5G network, which is on band n5. This network is the one AT&T will be expanding nationally over the coming year, and provides modestly improved data speeds with a relatively high level of coverage.

Additionally, neither the OnePlus 8 nor OnePlus 8 Pro will work on AT&T's very limited mmWave network on band n, regardless of support, as the phones lack mmWave modules. For the purposes of future-proofing, it's unlikely the mmWave support will matter much in the long run, as we suggest with Verizon. AT&T's mmWave network is simply too small and too impractical for most mobile use cases, and we do not foresee that changing in the next several years.

Additionally, it's exceedingly likely AT&T will continue the process of "refarming" its existing 4G LTE spectrum into 5G spectrum in the next year or two, opening up 5G coverage to a much broader subscriber base. At this time, we don't know if the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro would support that refarmed spectrum.

T-Mobile

4G: Fully supported

The OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro will both function with the fully range of T-Mobile's existing 4G LTE spectrum, meaning bands 2, 4, 5, 12, 66, and 71 are all supported.

5G: Mostly supported (sub-6GHz, no mmWave)

T-Mobile now has America's largest 5G network (by quite a bit) thanks to its Sprint acquisition, and the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro are both designed to take full advantage of this. Both phones support T-Mobile's nationwide n71 5G low-band network, and both also support Sprint's band n41 mid-band network, which T-Mobile will turn on for its own subscribers in the coming months. Combined, this means the 8 and 8 Pro will have the best 5G experience on T-Mobile by far out of all three major networks.

The 8 and 8 Pro do not support T-Mobile's nascent mmWave 5G network on band n, but that's unlikely to matter: T-Mobile's mmWave deployment is far and away the most limited of any carrier right now, and it is likely to focus heavily on expanding the former Sprint mid-band network in the near future to build out capacity.

Additionally, it's exceedingly likely T-Mobile will continue the process of "refarming" its existing 4G LTE spectrum into 5G spectrum in the next year or two, enhancing 5G coverage and speeds further for its subscriber base. At this time, we don't know if the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro would support that refarmed spectrum, but we expect it's pretty likely they will (though this probably will require firmware updates to the phones down the road).

Full list of supported 4G and 5G bands (US models, IN, IN, and IN)

Below, you'll find a list of all 4G and 5G bands the US model OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro support. The models IN (OnePlus 8, unlocked US) and IN (OnePlus 8 Pro, unlocked US) support identical bands, while Verizon's model (IN) supports one additional 5G mmWave band.

  • 4G: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, 34, 38, 39, 40, 48, 66, 71
  • 5G: n2 (NSA), n5 (NSA), n41 (SA and NSA), n66 (NSA), n71 (SA and NSA), n* (*Verizon model IN OnePlus 8 only)

UPDATE: /05/28 am PDT BY DAVID RUDDOCK

Article reflected to update OnePlus 8 Pro Verizon compatibility issues have been resolved.

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Your unlocked OnePlus 8/8 Pro might not work properly on Verizon (Update: Fixed)

Update, May 1, (AM ET): According to an update from Android Police, unlocked OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro models will now work on Verizon’s network. The carrier has reportedly certified unlocked variants of both phones.

OnePlus had previously said that unlocked OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro units would not be able to work on Verizon’s network until June at the latest. Thankfully, the issue seems to be resolved now and you can start using your brand new OnePlus flagship with Big Red’s services.

OnePlus 8 buyer's guide: Everything you need to know

Unclear on why the phones weren’t working on Verizon before? Read our original article below to find out. Otherwise, you can buy a OnePlus 8 series device by hitting the appropriate link below.

OnePlus 8 Pro

Killer flagship

OnePlus is all grown up. With the OnePlus 8 Pro, you get an unabashed flagship, with all the bells and whistles. Powerful specs, an amazing display, fast wireless charging, and water resistance make the OnePlus 8 Pro a great alternative to the Galaxy S20 Plus, and it's up to $ cheaper.

OnePlus 8

Snapdragon on the cheap

The OnePlus 8 sticks to the formula that has made OnePlus so successful. It gets you the latest processing package, a versatile camera, and a beautiful display, running the smooth Oxygen OS. You miss out on wireless charging and the official IP rating, but for what it offers the OnePlus 8 is an attractive deal.

You can also click on the button below to directly purchase the phones from Verizon.

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Original article, April 28, ( AM ET):Verizon is offering the OnePlus 8 5G via its network, but it seems like subscribers getting an unlocked OnePlus 8 or OnePlus 8 Pro might run into a few issues.

The unlocked OnePlus 8 series was originally listed as offering support for Verizon’s LTE network bands. But Android Police reports that unlocked OnePlus 8 series users have had issues with phone calls and text messages.

It apparently turns out that OnePlus needs to submit more information to the carrier. It’s believed OnePlus needs to supply Verizon with IMEI numbers of unlocked phones in order to white-list them for use on the network. So what does this mean for subscribers who want to use an unlocked device, then?

Umm, is the $ OnePlus 7T a better choice than the OnePlus 8 series?

“Our OnePlus 8 series open market phones in North America will not be compatible with Verizon until June at the latest. The OnePlus 8 purchased through Verizon will be certified immediately,” the company told Android Police in a statement.

Some Verizon subscribers on reddit have reported that their OnePlus 8 series device works fine if they had an older OnePlus device activated on the network. Otherwise, it seems like you’re in for a bit of a wait if you want to use an unlocked OnePlus 8 series device on the carrier.

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