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Topic # 143774 26-Apr-2014 18:36
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Does any one know as to when these devices are likely to hit the market? Samsung Galaxy S5 is rumoured to be compatible with this band - is it true ?

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  Reply # 1031729 26-Apr-2014 18:38
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HTC M8 and no official word on the S5 yet

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  Reply # 1031732 26-Apr-2014 18:41
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HTC M8 is the only device commercially available that supports this band.

There are rumours of an additional upcoming S5 variant that supports this band.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1031740 26-Apr-2014 18:50
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Over the coming 6 to 12 months more devices should be popping up all the time, Then fingers crossed it should become the norm

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  Reply # 1031771 26-Apr-2014 19:19
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Telstra have also announced a couple of dongles (ZTE + Netgear) and a WIFI hotspot (Huawei) that will be on the market before the end of the year across the ditch for band 28 use.

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  Reply # 1031809 26-Apr-2014 20:40
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johnr: HTC M8 and no official word on the S5 yet

Has Vodafone had any M8's in the lab to test on 700APT yet?




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