Android LTE - A true world phone?


Last Updated: 2010-08-17 14:32:37
  1. wbogart

    wbogart New Member

    I travel a lot between the USA and Europe, in each place for up to 9 months at a time.

    I have always had unlocked GSM phones that supported the standard Euroepean 2G & USA 2G bands.

    Am now looking for a Android phone for heavy data use and am dissapointed that despite the fact that my phone would be carrier unlocked, I will be forced into using AT&T in the USA because T-Mobile does not use the European 3G frequency.

    LTE is coming soon though. Been reading about it and confused on how it will handle different legacy network types (gsm/cdma) and bands.

    Can someone offer a bit of detail? Will this solve issues with incompatible GSM bands (the idea being that a LTE phone is backwards compatible across all legacy networks)? For instance, would a Verizon LTE phone work on GSM networks?

    A bit of clarity would help guide my planning.

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  2. techdaring

    techdaring Well-Known Member

    I think that GMS support in most country of Europe ?
  3. wbogart

    wbogart New Member

    Hmmm... no one able to weigh in on the next gen LTE android phones?
  4. RussoSerb

    RussoSerb Member

    Tmobile does support 3G in Europe. I was in Belgrade, Serbia couple of months ago and 3G (GSM) is just about every where. I used my Blackberry 9700.
  5. holymadness

    holymadness New Member

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