Samsung Galaxy S5 S&D Vrzn/GSM Unlocked: 2 Colors


#1

#2

I don’t see an explanation of what might be scratched and dented on the phones. Are the screens okay?


#3

It’s a crapshoot? Verizon OR unlocked GSM?


#4

That’s what I want to know!


#5

I’d be interested in picking one of these up, but I’d have to have a more specific idea as to what scratch and dent means. Minor little scratch on the back of the case, or looks like someone threw it in a wood chipper?


#6

Come on Woot Admins! I’m with the other two. How do you know if you are getting Verizon or Unlocked?


#7

I was going to buy my brother an S5 if it works with his carrier. Based on the current description I don’t have enough information to make a decision. Come on guys. At least pretend to be trying.


#8

Really… can this phone work on the AT&T system or not…???


#9

Internal Memory says UP TO 16 GB, Is that another crapshoot? are they 16 gig phones or not?


#10

will it work for verison?


#11

Would have already bought at least one if I knew how to specify GSM or CDMA…


#12

How can one buy the phone not knowing exactly what he/she is getting? GSM or CDMA?


#13

Sounds like it does not include cables, charger, earphones or anything other than the phone.


#14

This is a Verizon phone with unlocked GSM/LTE radios. Look at the model number.


#15

Don’t count on getting LTE data on any carrier but Verizon. It won’t work! Don’t take my word for it, do your research first.


#16

Exactly! I would jump on this if I knew it would work with T-Mobile…


#17

If you’re on AT&T, don’t get this phone. In fact, don’t even get an AT&T phone. Look for a used T-Mobile phone. Only T-Mobile has an unlocked bootloader. Verizon and AT&T both lock their bootloaders even on unlocked phones.

The options you have for third-party ROMs far exceed the limited capabilities (and limited/delayed release) of carrier-supplied firmware.


#18

Need to echo the sentiments about what “scratch and dent” really means. Potentially interested in 2 of these things. =/


#19

It has 4G-LTE: Bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7 and 17.

T-moblie uses 2,4,12 in the US so you may or may not get LTE in your area. However T-mobile device checker says you are good.
http://www.t-mobile.com/bring-your-own-phone.html#compatibility


#20

I just researched and found this will work on ATT because it supports the GSM and 4G LTE network listed in the specs. Check it!