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  # 1404476 12-Oct-2015 15:49
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Ok Just ordered the H815 model from infotech. They said the next stock arriving on Thursday from Singapore, but they said the model is International and unlocked. As long as I get 2 Degrees 4g and bootloader unlock I'm happy... My other option was to get the Nexus 6 but it felt like holding a tablet in my hands. 
Will keep you guys updated, thanks all..



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  # 1404497 12-Oct-2015 16:33
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yudumcan: Ok Just ordered the H815 model from infotech. They said the next stock arriving on Thursday from Singapore, but they said the model is International and unlocked. As long as I get 2 Degrees 4g and bootloader unlock I'm happy... My other option was to get the Nexus 6 but it felt like holding a tablet in my hands. 
Will keep you guys updated, thanks all..



Good choice. I got an H815 from them last weekend and it's working beautifully on 2D. I swear the network performance feels noticeably faster than my G3 did, and it was no slouch either.

The H815 is the "international" model and will be the best supported with official and third party updates, much as the D855 is the best supported model of the G3. It's also the only one with an official, LG-sanctioned method for unlocking the bootloader. And it supports all the 4G bands used in NZ, including band 28.

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