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Guys i really don't get all the version numbers this thing has >>>

I know the VZW has smaller buttons and wireless charging so what does the other versions has :

the D800,801,802,80*,9**

is there a difference and shouldnt there be a newbie guide to this awsome phone can't seem to find one !!!
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11th January 2014, 10:22 AM |#2  
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Tried a simple Google search? It's all out there. No need to be so befuddled.
11th January 2014, 01:49 PM |#3  
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This is something LG should address with the G3 this year. It's kinda confusing with all the different versions. I can imagine that it makes it even more difficult for developers. It is annoying.

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Originally Posted by 3abdo3asal

Guys i really don't get all the version numbers this thing has >>>

I know the VZW has smaller buttons and wireless charging so what does the other versions has :

the D800,801,802,80*,9**

is there a difference and shouldnt there be a newbie guide to this awsome phone can't seem to find one !!!

Simple. You get the one that your carrier supports. Why would you care about the rest?

Phones support an insane amount of bands these days, but they still can't cover EVERY band, carrier, frequency, etc, world-wide, on a single piece of hardware.

I wish they all had wireless charging, Vermizon is the only one that has it as far as I know. And the Korean version has a smaller replaceable battery, but as far as I know, those are the only two models with an "obvious" difference. The rest I assume is internals and support. Some models might even be exactly the same and only have different model numbers to indicate the carrier.

Again, why worry about it, get the right phone for your carrier. Done.
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