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LG G2 from t-mobile germany is t-mobile version or D802? ?

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By icke, Senior Member on 24th April 2014, 07:53 PM
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This one goes specially to german t-mob users. Is the device the t-mobile version or the D802 version?
 
 
24th April 2014, 08:43 PM |#2  
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T-Mobile US is a different beast than European phones usually. Probably not.

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T-Mobile US is a different beast than European phones usually. Probably not.

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Thank U for replying...but this does'n answer my question.
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T-Mobile US LTE bands and some of its legacy 3g AWS bands are incompatible with EU bands. Including German and other T-Mobile.

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I can't give a definitive answer because some phones offer both T-Mobile US and European bands. Though since that's rare with LTE, that's probably not the case here.

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T-Mobile US LTE bands and some of its legacy 3g AWS bands are incompatible with EU bands. Including German and other T-Mobile.

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I can't give a definitive answer because some phones offer both T-Mobile US and European bands. Though since that's rare with LTE, that's probably not the case here.

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Again....thank U for replying. BUT I was asking if german version from t-mod is branded or it is unbranded D802.
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Ah... that I don't know. Usually "T-Mobile LG G2" refers to the US carrier....

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24th April 2014, 10:41 PM |#7  
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Ah... that I don't know. Usually "T-Mobile LG G2" refers to the US carrier....

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Thanx...I hope so too
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