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Default [Q] Galaxy S5 Models?

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INTERNATIONAL VERSION IS 900F

So I found a list on GSMARENA that shows what each model of the S5 is
Available as:
Samsung SM-G900F/SM-G900H - for Europe
Samsung SM-G900I - for Asia
Samsung SM-G900K/G900L/G900S - for Korea
Samsung SM-G900M - for Vodafone
Samsung SM-G900A - for AT&T
Samsung SM-G900T - for T-Mobile
Samsung SM-G900V - for Verizon
Samsung SM-G900R4 - for US Cellular
Samsung SM-G900P - for Sprint
Samsung SM-G900W8 - for Canada

My question is, what would the standard international version be called?
Also, since they are all SM-G900, does that mean roms would be interflashable? the naming scheme for the carrier versions seems to have changed from the previous generation.
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Is there any model as sg-900???

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Is there any model as sg-900???

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I haven't seen any SG-900, but I have seen lots of places list SM G900 if that is what you mean
 
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I haven't seen any SG-900, but I have seen lots of places list SM G900 if that is what you mean
Yes... Actually thats what I meant... However I was trying to find out which variant was Exynos and which one was Qualcomm. ...

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Yes... Actually thats what I meant... However I was trying to find out which variant was Exynos and which one was Qualcomm. ...

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http://au.ibtimes.com/articles/54141...m#.U0om3_mSx8c

the 900H is exynos
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In a vodafone shop in Australia last week, the one they had said SM-900X
 
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In a vodafone shop in Australia last week, the one they had said SM-900X
X - is a shop model. doesn't really attach to any continent/carrier.
 
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X - is a shop model. doesn't really attach to any continent/carrier.
Ah, cool. thanks for the info. I thought It was strange since I hadn't seen it listed anywhere.
 
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X - is a shop model. doesn't really attach to any continent/carrier.
so does that mean I can install another region into my Australian version?
ie: from sm-g900i to sm-g900f?
 
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EDIT:

INTERNATIONAL VERSION IS 900F

So I found a list on GSMARENA that shows what each model of the S5 is
Available as:
Samsung SM-G900F/SM-G900H - for Europe
Samsung SM-G900I - for Asia
Samsung SM-G900K/G900L/G900S - for Korea
Samsung SM-G900M - for Vodafone
Samsung SM-G900A - for AT&T
Samsung SM-G900T - for T-Mobile
Samsung SM-G900V - for Verizon
Samsung SM-G900R4 - for US Cellular
Samsung SM-G900P - for Sprint

My question is, what would the standard international version be called?
Also, since they are all SM-G900, does that mean roms would be interflashable? the naming scheme for the carrier versions seems to have changed from the previous generation.
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