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I recently won an HTC One V and I want to sell it, but I'm not sure what carriers it supports. I won it from an HTC stand I went to, and all they said was that the phone was unlocked so that it could be used with any carrier. How can I tell if it's CDMA or GSM? I can't remove the cover to see an ESN or HEX number, and I don't see any spot for a SIM slot. On the label of the phone it has an IMEI number, an S/N number and a P/N number. Any ideas?

I see listings on ebay that say GSM and other listing that say GSM/HSPA. How do I tell?

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HSPA is a GSM implementation, and only GSM phones use IMEIs. I'm pretty sure there isn't a CDMA version of the One V. –  eldarerathis Nov 5 '12 at 14:02
    
@eldarerathis In some markets it is marketed as PrimouC. –  theTuxRacer Nov 5 '12 at 14:07
    
@theTuxRacer: True, although I would have expected them to call it a Primo in that case (maybe HTC doesn't actually refer to it that way, though). –  eldarerathis Nov 5 '12 at 14:10
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@eldarerathis They are called as Primou U and Primou C for the GSM and CDMA version respectively! –  theTuxRacer Nov 5 '12 at 14:13
    
@EGHDK Remove the back cover on the chin. Under the "Made in China" sticker, there should be a small box which should mention something like HTC One V T320e What does your's say? –  theTuxRacer Nov 5 '12 at 14:16
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What I have seen is this: If it's Grey it is GSM. If it is Black it is CDMA. Virgin Mobile uses CDMA (Black)

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What is grey or black? –  Flow Nov 6 '12 at 16:19
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