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Old December 27th, 2012, 12:02 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I know some devices support the 5GHz frequency but it is usually only the high end devices such as...

Galaxy Nexus
Galaxy S3
HTC One X
HTC One S
HTC EVO 3G

Pretty sure the entire HTC One series supports it besides the One V, i think...

Otherwise more recent, the Note 2 and DNA are probably in the bunch.

To tell if your device supports it you can go into the Wifi Settings and under Wi-Fi Frequency Band you can choose, Auto, 5GHz only, or 2.4GHz only.
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