910C - Noticeably faster cpu, better customization options (kernels etc)
- More efficient during higher loads/lower heating
- Option to add 64 bit support
910F - A bit faster gpu
- A bit better battery
I am in the UK and looking into replacing my Note 3 with the Octa core version of the note 4.
Do you guys have any experience with both the 910F and the 910C versions so you can give me some advice? Is the Octa Core version alot faster than the quad core? camera sensor quality differences?
I always root my devices but i am not intending to run any custom rom on the Note 4 as i was always happy with the stock Samsung ROMs. In terms of region lock, does the 910C come region locked to a certain part of the world or will it work here in the UK straight out of the box? I am also intending to use other international simcards so presumably if i root it and run "regionlock away" it should be able to remove region restrictions???
So far i only found a few units of the 910C versions sold on eBay. Do you know any other online shops that sell it here in the UK?
Many thanks in advance!
I know how you feel about an Exynos F. Quite frankly I feel the same way but I can't help thinking that something is missing somewhere because it was stocked in the very shop I bought my S4 which had full 2 year Samsung smartcare warranty (I know this because I sent the imei and the warranty was activated). I could have taken snaps but already sold my s4 because I now want a note 4. I haven't bought it because it's strange to me. What I know is the exynos C as the official exynos not F. It's not even here (world official note 4 listing):-
Model Number *CPU *Region
*SM-N9100 *Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 *China
*SM-N9106W *Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 *China Unicom
*SM-N9108V *Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 *China Mobile
*SM-N9108W *Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 *China Mobile
*SM-N9109W *Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 *China Telecom
*SM-N910U *Samsung Exynos 5433 *HongKong,Taiwan, Australia, New Zealand, Chile
*SM-N910C *Samsung Exynos 5433 *HongKong,Taiwan, Australia, New Zealand, Chile
*SCL24 *Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 *Japan AU
*SC-01G *Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 *Japan DOCOMO
*SM-N910F *Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 *EUROPE
*SM-N910FD *Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 *UAE
*SM-N910FQ *Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 *Turkey
*SM-N910CQ *Samsung Exynos 5433 *Turkey
*SM-N910G *Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 *Singapore, Sri Lanka, India
*SM-N910H *Samsung Exynos 5433 *Asia Pacific
*SM-N910K *Samsung Exynos 5433 *Korea KT+
*SM-N910S *Samsung Exynos 5433 *Korea SKT
*SM-N910L *Samsung Exynos 5433 *Korea LG+
*SM-N910P *Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 *Sprint – US
*SM-N910R4 *Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 *US Cellular – US
*SM-N910A *Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 *AT&T – US
*SM-N910T *Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 *T-Mobile – US
*SM-N910V *Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 *Verizon – US
*SM-N910W8 *Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 *North America
So even if the shop stocks original phones am not sure about it but I actually saw it, so this is why I posted about it here so that I know exactly what it is.
Thanks to have recalled it kindly, but going one step further and adding a precise and verified link would have spared you from re-writing a big part of the answers. Could you edit your post and add this (selected and verified) link? TIA,
It'd be nice (one day) to have a true WORLD phone - as in go anywhere and it will work on all carriers.
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Regionlock away is only compatible with the note3, according to chainfire's web pages.
Are you sure it worked?
Trying to understand the difference between the SM-N910F vs SM-N910C vs SM-N910U.
The 910C and 910U are Exynos. But what about the 910F?
The 910F is the one Samsung lists on their UK store, which I get redirected to even though I am in South America. But it isn't clear if it's Snapdragon or Exynos and I haven't found an official Samsung page that confirms the LTE frequency bands.