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    Default Does the Z2 support AT&T LTE?

    That's really my only concern. Otherwise, I'd love to have this phone and I think that it's blown all of the competition out of the water.

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    Default Re: Does the Z2 support AT&T LTE?

    I looked at this too and it seems that the Z2 specs say a) it works on GSM and b) it operates on the channels that AT&T use for their LTE (4 & 17 among others). So I think it should work.

    Anyone else?

    To me the question is actually getting one. If AT&T decided not to have a branded version as it very well may, how do we get one here in the U.S. that will work on AT&T?
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    Default Re: Does the Z2 support AT&T LTE?

    I'm pretty sure you can buy directly from Sony or from supported sellers on eBay and Amazon. If this has AT&T LTE (which it seems to), there's a huge chance it will be my next phone.

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    Default Re: Does the Z2 support AT&T LTE?

    I'll be going into the Sony store as soon as it's released and will ask them these same questions. I'd buy the phone off contact if need be to own this phone on att as this is about the slickest phone seemingly coming out this year.

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    I have one concern that I noticed yesterday about the phone itself. This only applies to those that plan to use the video feature. If you search for XPeria Z2 videos shot at MWC, you'll find a few. All of them have the absolute worst audio in the uploaded videos I've ever heard from a camera phone.

    I refuse to believe that Sony actually is aware of this as opposed to some issue with the sample that was at MWC. It's also possible that the mike was inadvertently being covered up as the person was shooting. However there apparently were a few people who shot with the phone and uploaded samples to YouTube. They all had this horrible audio from the mike.

    I have to believe the production model won't have this flaw.
    Last edited by Ken7; 02-26-2014 at 05:51 PM.
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    Default Re: Does the Z2 support AT&T LTE?

    the Z2 was not at CES it was the Z1s
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    Default Re: Does the Z2 support AT&T LTE?

    I think he meant MWC. But I heard the same thing on the videos. The sound was very tinny. But I am unsure if it was due to the camera being used to record the video on the screen, or something else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kagenish View Post
    the Z2 was not at CES it was the Z1s
    You're right, I meant MWC. I've altered my post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken7 View Post
    You're right, I meant MWC. I've altered my post.
    no problem
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