T-Mobile’s improving network will need to have phones that utilize every last bit of it as they can. Recently, it’s been having some trouble with its OEMs using Band 12 LTE. That’s the precious bit of the 700MHz spectrum T-Mobile is using to expand broad land coverage. While the issue entangles lack of VoLTE and E911 call routing, it looks like the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P might get the whole shebang once Google works things out with Big Magenta.

The carrier and Des Smith, T-Mobile Product Manager, gave some customer service on Twitter today, addressing the latest Google flagship phones and their support for Band 12 as well as Wi-Fi calling:

The ball’s on Google’s side of the court for device certification.

Via: TmoNews

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