Does OnePlus 6T work on Verizon & T-Mobile 4G LTE simultaneously?
Does OnePlus 6T work on Verizon & T-Mobile 4G LTE simultaneously? When OnePlus 6T was announced with full support for T-Mobile’s 4G LTE network along with support for Verizon, I was really interested if the OnePlus 6T can work on both Verizon & T-Mobile 4G LTE simultaneously.
Upon testing, it turns out that the OnePlus 6T does indeed support 4G LTE simultaneously on both T-Mobile and Verizon! This is the world’s first smartphone that supports true dual SIM(not eSIM) for both GSM and CDMA networks simultaneously. (iPhone XS does dual SIM also but one with eSIM, Pixel phones also do dual SIM with eSIM but user must switch to one of the SIM manually)
Note: T-Mobile OnePlus 6T model is SINGLE SIM, grab the official OnePlus 6T for dual-SIM feature.
Read full article on how the dual SIM works on OnePlus 6T:
Note: This is a short, edited version of the OnePlus 6T unboxing, see the full unboxing video here:
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