SM-T705 vs. SM-T707?

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PreVoiD

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Sorry if this has been asked earlier, but I was unable to search and find anything regarding the following information - so here it goes:

I've seen several posts on xda mentioning a -807 (vs the -805 we have in Sweden atm) and I'm wondering what the difference between these two models are. I assume the -807 has LTE as well as a new processor, no?

Also, is there a -707 model on the way as well? In that case, I'm going for it!
 

DUHAsianSKILLZ

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I have no idea about the 707 and T807s. What I can tell you is that the T705 and T805 both have roms and root for the tablets. I havent seen any roms for 707 of any sort. So most likly, you are going to see more development for the T805 and T705 and root for those also. There is no root for T707 or t807 and migjt have locked bootloaders i think.
 

zaphyr

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If I'm not mistaken the x07 models are some special AT&T models or something...

Sent from my SM-T700 using Tapatalk
 

ap27

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I believe T707 is a modified T705 with the calling/texting apps removed. T807 is probably similar.

There are sub-models like T707A (AT&T) and T807V (Verizon). I think the Verizon and Sprint models have a Snapdragon processor
 

pankakes

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T807x and T707x have a Snapdragon and LTE. The x indicates carrier customizations for USA carriers (mobile phone functions removed for sure, some may even have specific LTE bands). The T805 and 705 have an Exynos and LTE, and the T800 and T700 have an Exynos without LTE.
 
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mlee1999

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Does anyone know if it's safe to flash the T705 stock firmware on the ATT T707 variant using Odin? I recall doing this on the original Galaxy Tab and the Euro firmware enabled the dialer for calling. Using mine on T-Mobile and would love to remove the ATT bloat.

Sorry if his is redundant, I could not find anything on Google.