1. oldDummy's Avatar
    Will this work on AT&T in the US?

    Especificações
    .....
    Dimensões

    Largura: 73.3 mm

    Altura: 143.5 mm

    Curva: 8.3-11.2 mm

    Bandas

    LTE Cat 4 (Bands 2, 3, 4, 7, 17)

    UMTS / HSPA+ (850, 900, 1900, 2100 MHz)

    GSM (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz)

    Cartão SIM
    Nano-SIM
    ........
    NFC
    Sim
    11-09-2014 05:06 AM
  2. ChazzMatt's Avatar
    YES. As long as the phone is unlocked.

    GSM/UMTS are perfect.

    For LTE AT&T currently uses LTE bands 2,4,5,17.

    This phone has everything, but LTE Band 5.

    AT&T only uses Band 5 in some areas; it's not ubiquitous. In those areas where LTE band 5 is used to supplement the other bands, you would stay on the other LTE bands but might have slower speed if there's lots of congestion. AT&T uses LTE band 5 in heavily congested areas to offload users to lesser used frequencies, if their devices have band 5 capability.

    But there are also a few areas where AT&T has GSM/HSPA and only LTE band 5 (with no other LTE bands available). In those areas where ONLY LTE band 5 is available, your imported phone would drop down to GSM/HSPA instead of having LTE.

    However, this is an expensive phone to import and you need to make sure it's not locked to the Brazilian carrier...
    11-11-2014 06:20 AM

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