International LTE?General


  1. OK N7100 is supposed to be the international version correct? If so does it include worldwide 4G LTE support? On the official site it states it does other people say it doesn't.


    Network
    3G: HSPA+21Mbps
    (HSDPA 21Mbps / HSUPA 5.76Mbps)
    4G LTE: 100Mbps / 50Mbps
    Processor
    1.6 GHz quad-core processor
    OS
    Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean)

    Display
    140.9 mm (5.55") HD Super AMOLED (1,280 x 720)

    Dimension
    80.5 x 151.1 x 9.4 mm, 180g

    Battery
    Standard battery, Li-ion 3,100mAh
    Memory
    16/32/64GB User memory + 2GB (RAM)
    microSD slot (up to 64GB)
    S Pen Optimized Features
    S Pen Experience
    - S Note, S Planner, Email with hand-writing
    **integration
    - S Pen Keeper
    - Quick Command, Easy Clip, Photo Note, Paper
    **Artist
    - Shape Match, Formula Match

    1 Step tasking / Multitasking features
    Air View
    Popup Note, Popup Play
    Page Buddy / Tag Buddy / Word Buddy

    Connectivity / Sharing Features
    Bluetooth

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  2. Guess its not. I don't understand why apple can make a world LTE iPhone and Samsung can't :(
  3. JunBringer

    JunBringer Well-Known Member

    I read that people were upset because iPhone 5 didn't support European LTE frequencies.
  4. ItzMar

    ItzMar New Member

    [​IMG]

    I live in the UK and was hopeful for a LTE version but alas this picture scares me.

    LOOK AT THE BOTTOM RIGHT HAND OF THE PHONE :mad:
  5. BigPeanutHead

    BigPeanutHead Well-Known Member

    4G LTE Would be very nice in the phone and extend it's life a bit more so to speak but unlike most and I know i'm in the minority here, it's definitely not a deal breaker for me. I have a good deal at the moment with unlimited internet usage on my network and when I'm not using that I'm always right next to a wifi connection. Both 3G and Wifi do what i need, the odd youtube video and loads of internet surfing. Add to that 4G isn't going to be rolled out properly until around this time next year in the UK with i'd expect expensive contracts to use it. It's not major for me. I just want the phone.
  6. BigPeanutHead

    BigPeanutHead Well-Known Member

    Just read this by Clove a retailer of unlocked Galaxy Note 2's...

    The note 2 will have no 4G LTE capabilities:

    Samsung Galaxy Note II shipping next week

    As I say in my post above it's not relevant to myself for the reasons I stated above but I know for some of you this is a deal breaker.
  7. wyndslash

    wyndslash Well-Known Member

    aww...i'm not sure if it's a deal breaker for me, but since i intend to use this phone for a long time, it would have been nice to have the feature.

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