I live in las vegas and seems like were getting 4G on international devices. Will this work on the galaxy s3 international and htc one x international? How are the speeds?
A couple days ago Samsung announced the devices in their portfolio for which they will provide an update to Android 4.4.2 KitKat in the U.S. However, Samsung did not say anything at the time about international devices. New information was released today indicating the list of international devices will largely mirror the U.S. list.
I live in the U.S. and I bought an international unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (e-bay) which should be arriving today or tomorrow because I did not want to wait for the U.S. release and I want to be able to use the phone from anywhere in the world. I was under the impression that the international version has 4G LTE capabilities, but now I hear that it doesn't.
I want to buy the International version for htc one but they told me thay the unlocked one on htc website is not international since it uses different bands. Where can I find the international one? does htc.com/UK sell the international version .
I was thinking about buying the International unlocked Galaxy SIII GT I9300 and saw how it would be cheaper in the long run, but my main motivation was being able to move from carrier to carrier if I wanted to and not having a contract. I seem to be reading though that the international version is only compatible with AT&T and T-mobile at 3G and is not capable of 4G speeds at all.
Here may be another stupid question, But Not even Samsung them selfs on the USA Department couldnt answer this, So let me explain a few things before I ask, so that you may understand what I may be talking about..
I have 2 Samsung galaxy S Tab's 10.5
One is 32gb Wifi Bought from Best Buy (T800)
The other is 16gb Wifi LTE International (T805) Unlocked.
I've been having this issue for a while now and I don't know how this should go on. Before I start, I apologize for bad wording or grammar, as german is my primary language.
I run Android since 3 years now and the problems began to evolve over the last one and a half years. I have it on my two latest devices, my international Samsung Galaxy S2 and my international HTC One X.