I am currently using one these phones on T-mobile. The phone arrived in excellent physical condition. The scratch on the screen was extremely minor, and if I found it on a CD would doubt it would cause any trouble. I can only see it when the screen is off.
Unfortunately, t-mobile was never able to fully integrate my phone with the t-mobile cellular data. I can’t receive pictures via MMS/SMS, and every time the phone restarts it tires to complete it’s configuration/activation process, but is always unsuccessful. Not really a major issue, I have no problems with it working otherwise. My conclusion was that what ever was done to unlock my phone from the sprint network wasn’t 100% successful. Otherwise, a great phone, would buy again, just isn’t anything special.
The LTE Bands show as follows:
Network LTE Band 13/4 (700/1700 MHz), CDMA/1xEVDO Rev. A (800/1900 MHz)
Sprint uses 25,26, & 41, so clearly this phone will NOT work on Sprint? Need to know before I buy.
Edit: Just saw this, and I think it clearly means this is a Verizon phone, and I will not take a chance that this will even work on Sprint (my carrier).
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Sprint has HD voice. It seems to work on my kids iPhone 6’s and the HTC’s. My Samsung S7 edge, never notice anything different so not sure if it’s working or not. VoLTE should make a changed providing future phones ALL support it or it won’t matter. Your phone might have HD voice but the called party might not, therefore, it won’t matter.
SPRINT CDMA 10, 1 800, 1900 25, 26, 41 1900 g, 850, 2500