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[OFFICIAL] Korean Galaxy S III (SHW-M440S/SHV-E210S/K/L) Thread

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By M@31, Senior Member on 14th June 2012, 02:29 PM
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20th June 2012, 05:40 AM |#21  
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Are those gsm or cdma phones?
 
 
20th June 2012, 06:36 AM |#22  
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Are those gsm or cdma phones?

They are using CDMA, just not exactly sure of the frequency values.


This is what wikipedia says

"CDMA S. Korea (uplink)1750–1780 (downlink)1840–1870"
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20th June 2012, 06:48 AM |#23  
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Are those gsm or cdma phones?

SKT: HSPA+ 2100, LTE 800/1800
KT: HSPA+ 2100, LTE 1800
LGU: CDMA rev.B 1800, LTE 800

KT officially closed CDMA service at last April (about one year phasing out period) and SKT still do CDMA but not accepting new CDMA account since about two years ago same as KT.

Yep as long as you stay with SKT and KT phone, it is compatible to AT&T HSPA band.

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20th June 2012, 06:51 AM |#24  
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How would someone in north america be able to get the korean version?
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21st June 2012, 04:54 AM |#26  
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Anyone know of a way to get around the Play Store restrictions?

I have Market Enabler, but it does not work anymore.
I have tried the the Play Store + Mod that is floating around, but that did not seem to work either....

Any suggestions?
21st June 2012, 04:55 AM |#27  
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Anyone know of a way to get around the Play Store restrictions?

I have Market Enabler, but it does not work anymore.
I have tried the the Play Store + Mod that is floating around, but that did not seem to work either....

Any suggestions?

Try market unlocker. My brother has been using it, so I don't know how it works. Google is your friend!


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21st June 2012, 06:13 AM |#28  
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A vpn would work probably but that costs $$$
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21st June 2012, 07:19 AM |#29  
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Try market unlocker. My brother has been using it, so I don't know how it works. Google is your friend!


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Just tried it.....isnt working still.

I think using a VPN might be my only bet, but really do not want to pay for a service so I can pay for an app......

Just ridiculous that all the games aren't available in all the countries....
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SKT: HSPA+ 2100, LTE 800/1800
KT: HSPA+ 2100, LTE 1800
LGU: CDMA rev.B 1800, LTE 800

KT officially closed CDMA service at last April (about one year phasing out period) and SKT still do CDMA but not accepting new CDMA account since about two years ago same as KT.

Yep as long as you stay with SKT and KT phone, it is compatible to AT&T HSPA band.

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Would be ideal for it to have
SKT: HSPA+ 850/2100, LTE 800/1800
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"Samsung Electronics' highly anticipated Galaxy S3 flagship smartphone is set to arrive in Korea soon, several weeks after it was released in 28 markets overseas.

SK Telecom and KT, the nation's leading mobile carriers, said yesterday that they will start taking off- and online preorders for the latest Galaxy S handset starting this morning.

The 4.8-inch handset comes in two models depending on connectivity - 3G and 4G long-term evolution (LTE), which carriers claim offers five times faster data-processing.

While the 3G-enabled Galaxy S3 will be released this month exclusively through SK Telecom, the LTE version will be available next month via both carriers. The exact release dates were not disclosed.

A Galaxy S3 with 3G connection can be ordered online at Tworld shop (tworldshop.co.kr), but SK Telecom has limited preorder volume to 5,000 units, it said.

There won¡¯t be any quantity restrictions on LTE-enabled Galaxy S3s. KT said it will accept applications at preorder.olleh.com as well as at its Olleh stores nationwide.

Customers will receive the handsets on a first-come, first-served basis from both mobile service providers. Existing subscribers who submit their old handsets to their carrier to trade in for the new smartphone will get additional discounts.

The news of the Galaxy S3's launch in Korea came out on the same day that Apple, Samsung's top competitor in the global smartphone market, kicks off its 2012 Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco.

The annual conference, one of the most important tech events of the year, often serves as a platform for Apple to make key announcements. This year, it is expected to present the future of its operating systems, as well as new Mac computers, TVs and next-generation iPhone."

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