07-21-2012 09:34 PM
The international LTE version is called the One XL. Only AT&T calls the LTE version "One X" .
This international LTE version is available in 32Gig.
There is also an International version for HSPA/UMTS which is sold in many countries, and it is called the One X (and has 32gig).
We would all be better off if we just called the AT&T version the One XL, because that is what it is.
Nobody knows if there is any radio differences in the International One XL and the AT&T One X(L). If there weren't you could import the international version and have the best of both worlds.07-20-2012 03:44 PM
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Means importing one from Canada or from Latin America. So probably out of luck for getting a 32 GB LTE One X, for the moment, that will work on AT&T.07-21-2012 04:46 AM
- You first.
Even after you do import it you have to convince AT&T to burn you a SIM for their network. They may not want to do that and may claim the device was never certified for their network.
But I kind of suspect the radios may already be compatible because they are all software radio, and the sim tells them what they need to know to find the tower.
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- I don't think LTE phones have all the hardware radios included for all those bands, in each device. Sincerely doubt it. Wouldn't take a chanve
Ps: I live in Japan, where carriers make at&t and Verizon look tame.. But at least unlimited really is unlimited
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