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    Default Two types of Note 2's???

    I'm going to be purchasing my first ever android phone this month hopefully but when I look on internet I see samsung have made a 4g model which has all the 3g2g etc bands within it and then there's the 3g only one??? Tell me if I'm wrong but I thought the Note 2 was released as stock with all the 3g 2g bands including the 4g as standard or is this wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mysticmeg View Post
    I'm going to be purchasing my first ever android phone this month hopefully but when I look on internet I see samsung have made a 4g model which has all the 3g2g etc bands within it and then there's the 3g only one??? Tell me if I'm wrong but I thought the Note 2 was released as stock with all the 3g 2g bands including the 4g as standard or is this wrong?

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    You may be looking at the international version. The Note 2 branded for US carriers are all LTE With the exception of T-Mobile.

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    it has also been reported that the t-mobile version does have an lte radio inside of it for when they do launch their network next year. it will just be a matter of a software update to activate it so that it's not constantly running for no reason in the meantime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwaynewilliams#AC View Post
    You may be looking at the international version. The Note 2 branded for US carriers are all LTE With the exception of T-Mobile.

    from my Samsung Galaxy Note 2, baddest phone on the planet.
    Erm im not too sure what I was looking at but I'm from the United Kingdom and was looking at the ones available from here.... Do all the note 2's have a lte chip in them because the UK has got lte now too and wanted to the Samsung note 2 with the lte radio in it
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    Quote Originally Posted by mysticmeg View Post
    Erm im not too sure what I was looking at but I'm from the United Kingdom and was looking at the ones available from here.... Do all the note 2's have a lte chip in them because the UK has got lte now too and wanted to the Samsung note 2 with the lte radio in it
    There are two different models.
    The 7100 is the HSPA only version and the 7105 is the LTE enabled one
    Provided that the supported LTE frequencies match your carrier's of course.

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    I'm thinking there are more devices than just the two. My Note 2 model is SCH-R950 on US Cellular.
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