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Oh AT&T... how I loathe you!

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Are you sure the Unlocked G900M doesnt support AT&T LTE? I was looking this over Galaxy S5 Specs while comparing this...here. Am i missing something?


From what I've heard, the T-Mobile variant supports all of AT&T's bands, but signal strength isn't as good as on the AT&T model.
The signal strength claim was based off of the T-Mobile S4 and it's compatibility with AT&T bands but poor reception on them.
So no concrete tests on signal strength for the T-Mo, just speculation based off of a previous pattern.


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From what I've heard, the T-Mobile variant supports all of AT&T's bands, but signal strength isn't as good as on the AT&T model.
The signal strength claim was based off of the T-Mobile S4 and it's compatibility with AT&T bands but poor reception on them.
So no concrete tests on signal strength for the T-Mo, just speculation based off of a previous pattern.


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I actually am a bit of a...phone whore and own the AT&T Galaxy S4 and the GPE Galaxy S4. I also have the Tmobile Note 3 unlocked for AT&T LTE use and all of them work as expected. I cant tell a difference at all when it comes to signal strength. ?
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Are you sure the Unlocked G900M doesnt support AT&T LTE? I was looking this over Galaxy S5 Specs while comparing this...here. Am i missing something?

Nope. Only models that support AT&T LTE are the AT&T model (obviously) and the T-Mobile one.
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I actually am a bit of a...phone whore and own the AT&T Galaxy S4 and the GPE Galaxy S4. I also have the Tmobile Note 3 unlocked for AT&T LTE use and all of them work as expected. I cant tell a difference at all when it comes to signal strength. ?

Some people couldn't. I also used the TMO Note 3 on AT&T. LTE signal was awful, HSPA signal was fine. In areas with weak signal, my N900T would often connect to H+. Definitely an issue.
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