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    There are several different models of the Galaxy Note II. Be sure to choose the right one for your network when buying.


    Galaxy Note II variants
    Model Carrier 2G/3G connectivity LTE (4G) connectivity Notes
    International
    GT-N7100 International GSM: 850 MHz/900 MHz/1,800 MHz/1,900 MHz
    UMTS: 850 MHz/900 MHz/1,900 MHz/2,100 MHz
    No optional charging pins
    GT-N7102 China Unicom GSM: 850 MHz/900 MHz/1,800 MHz/1,900 MHz
    UMTS: 850 MHz/900 MHz/1,900 MHz/2,100 MHz
    No dual-SIM and dual-standby support
    GT-N7105 International GSM: 850 MHz/900 MHz/1,800 MHz/1,900 MHz
    UMTS: 850 MHz/900 MHz/1,900 MHz/2,100 MHz
    800(band 20)
    1,800
    2,600(band 7)
    No FM radio
    42.2 Mbit/s DC-HSPA+
    GT-N7108 China Mobile GSM: 900, 1800, 1900
    TD-SCDMA: 1800, 2010
    WCDMA: 900, 2010 (international roaming only)
    No
    Canadian and US carriers
    SCH-i605 Verizon GSM: quad-band;
    CDMA/EVDO: 850, 1900
    UMTS: quad-band
    700(band 13) No inductive charging pins.
    SCH-R950 US Cellular CDMA/EVDO: 850, 1700, 1900 700(band 12)
    850
    AWS
    1,900(band 2)
    SGH-i317 AT&T GSM: quad-band
    UMTS: 850, 1900, 2100
    700(band 17)
    850
    AWS
    1,900(band 2)
    SGH-i317M Bell
    Rogers
    SaskTel
    Telus
    GSM: quad-band
    UMTS: 850, 1900, 2100
    700(band 17)
    850
    AWS
    1,900(band 2)
    SGH-T889 T-Mobile GSM: quad-band
    UMTS/DC-HSPA+ : 850, AWS, 1900
    700(band 17)
    AWS
    LTE AWS from 2013
    optional charging pins disabled</p>
    SGH-T889V Mobilicity
    Vidéotron
    WIND
    GSM: quad-band
    UMTS/DC-HSPA+: 850, AWS, 1900
    700(band 17)
    AWS
    SPH-L900 Sprint Nextel GSM: quad-band
    CDMA/EVDO: 800, 850, 1900
    UMTS: 1900
    1,900(band 25) no optional charging pins
    Chinese carriers
    SCH-N719 China Telecom GSM: 900, 1800, 1900
    CDMA: 800, 1900
    No Dual-Card dual-standby
    Japanese carriers
    SGH-N025/SC-02E NTT DoCoMo GSM: quad-band
    UMTS: 800, 850, 2100
    1500(band 11)
    2100(band 1)
    1seg tuner
    Korean carriers
    SHV-E250K KT GSM: quad-band
    UMTS: 1900, 2100
    900(band 8)
    1800
    DMB tuner/antenna
    LTE 900 after 2013.
    SHV-E250L LG U+ GSM: quad-band
    CDMA: 1800
    UMTS: 1900, 2100
    850
    2100(band 1)
    DMB tuner/antenna
    SHV-E250S SK Telecom GSM: quad-band
    UMTS: 1900, 2100
    850
    1800
    DMB tuner/antenna


    via: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samsung_Galaxy_Note_II


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    Last edited by tavenger5; 04-09-2013 at 10:43 AM.



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    Re: Samsung Galaxy Note II different models (variants)

    Thanks! This is a helpful information. I have searched for the Note II model numbers on Samsung Forums, but this is the most detailed I've found yet. It's interesting to know that the China version is dual sim . Not that I really need it, but I think it'll be useful to those who don't want to carry 2 cellphones all the time.



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