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Topic # 185822 7-Dec-2015 08:48
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Hi all

I am about to buy a Samsung Note 4 but am a bit confused by the model numbers.  I realise there are different models for different regions but there seem to be quite a few available in New Zealand.

So far I have found the G, H & U Versions.  the G is a 4G version whilst H is only 3G.

I am on 2 Degrees mobile so what is the best model for me with 3G/4G?

Sorry if I am covering obvious ground here, I did have  search around first :)



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  Reply # 1441771 7-Dec-2015 09:09
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The correct model is The SM-910U (I just bought one myself)

http://www.samsung.com/nz/consumer/mobile-devices/smartphones/galaxy-note/SM-N910UZKENZC

 

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    B1(2100), B2(1900), B3(1800), B4(AWS), B5(850), B7(2600), B8(900), B28(700)



     

     

     


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  Reply # 1441797 7-Dec-2015 09:33
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If you want one head to Dick Smith, I got mine in their odd fire sale for $580 this week

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1441800 7-Dec-2015 09:34
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langers1972: If you want one head to Dick Smith, I got mine in their odd fire sale for $580 this week


That sounds good.  Was it the U version?

Just checked with local Dick Smith (Westgate) and they don't have the Note 4 on special.  Just the Note 5 at full price.

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  Reply # 1441814 7-Dec-2015 09:42
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Yes, from Paraparaumu store if you're near

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  Reply # 1441820 7-Dec-2015 09:46
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andynz:
langers1972: If you want one head to Dick Smith, I got mine in their odd fire sale for $580 this week


That sounds good.  Was it the U version?

Just checked with local Dick Smith (Westgate) and they don't have the Note 4 on special.  Just the Note 5 at full price.


That's better then the $795 I just paid  :-(



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  Reply # 1442059 7-Dec-2015 14:39
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So looks like version 'G' or 'U' will be fine. Does anyone know any advantage of U over G?

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