We are currently deploying NSA NR with b41-n41 band combination in non-split mode.
So, we are looking for UEs that may support ENDC b41-n41 band combination and do you know how many percentages of UEs that support this band combination on the market today?
Thank you in advance!
Go to https://cacombos.com/
Select 1 specific UE.
Check EN-DC band combination: filter n41.
But it can not summary all UE capability in 1 table.
As I remember, did not find any UE support b41-n41
Many thanks @Hainm.
From your link, I found a phone https://cacombos.com/device/M2012K11G
Mi 11 can support b41-n41 band combination.
they are UE that support: LTE band 41, 5G band 41, not ENDC 41.
To check ENDC, we have to filter in ENDC column: such as “n41”
This one is ok.
But not all that 70 UEs.
You’re right! I just found around 10 UEs support that ENDC band combination.
- Acer Spin 7 (SP714-61N)
- Google Pixel 4a 5G (G025E)
- Google Pixel 5 (Global)
- Google Pixel 5 (US)
- LG V60 ThinQ 5G (US)
- LG Velvet 5G (T-Mobile USA)
- Motorola Edge Plus (Europe)
- Simcom 8300G-M2 (8300G-M2)
- Xiaomi Mi 11 (Global)(but China version is not)
Many thanks you guys!
Very few UEs to open commercially
No Samsung, no Apple
Not a good idea to use B41 as an anchor in LTE!
Yes, agree. But to increase resources for LTE users, it’s really helpful.
I doubt you will convince users to give up on Samsung and Apple smartphones and switch to Acer, Google, LG, Motorola, Xiaomi…
You will end up in a network where 5G has too few users due to lack of competitive UEs.
I got your answer but I mean, our market has not many phones using 5G, so we’re planning 30-50% band 2600 for LTE instead of 100% for NR.