OP 3 Model (North America & Europe / Asia)

  1. banchew
    Froyo Jun 24, 2016

    banchew , Jun 24, 2016 :

    Just wandering if I order my phone from US, according to its spec,

    North America model:
    WCDMA: Bands 1/2/4/5/8
    FDD-LTE: Bands 1/2/4/5/7/12/17/30

    Europe / Asia model
    WCDMA: Bands 1/2/5/8
    FDD-LTE: Bands 1/3/5/7/8/20
    TDD-LTE: Bands 38/40

    Will I be able to use it here in Malaysia for 3G/4G service?


  2. kampuamee
    Lollipop Jun 24, 2016

    kampuamee , Jun 24, 2016 :
    I can see most telco should support. You may check with your telco whether which bands they are operating at.

    If you are using YES 4G, I think you better wait for local release (should be same as Asia model) as YES 4G is using TDD band 38 and 40.
    Last edited: Jun 24, 2016

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  3. wafisa
    Eclair Jun 24, 2016

    wafisa , Jun 24, 2016 :
    I think i want to buy like that also but I just call us customer service he said better wait for asia come to Malaysia. 1st, US model only can use 2G and 3G for celcom and maxis.
    2nd, if anything happen you must sent it out to US for service because the warranty depend on the region model.

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  4. miky348
    Cupcake Jul 4, 2016

    miky348 , Jul 4, 2016 :
    Hey Guys,

    I travel between US/Canada/UAE.

    1. Which model (NorthAmerica/Asia) should I get? Want to have LTE/4g
    2. Do both models (phone & charger) support 110-240v?


  5. pxwee5
    Donut Jul 7, 2016

    pxwee5 , Jul 7, 2016 :
    Chinese Model:
    GSM : 850、900、1800、1900
    TD-SCDMA : B34、B39
    TDD-LTE : B38、B39、B40、B41
    WCDMA : B1、B2、B5、B8
    FDD-LTE : B1、B3、B7

    According to http://willmyphonework.net/, LTE works with most telcos in Malaysia (Digi, Maxis, Celcom etc). Only catch is it will not work on Webe's band 5. Anyone can confirm this? I'm getting one this weekend in China and wondering if it's a good idea to do so.