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Re: Which standard in South Korea?
said by trparky:Any phone that supports the 3G UMTS 2100 band (1900 MHz uplink + 2100 MHz downlink), aka Band I. In the US, that means most, if not all, 3G (and above) phones sold by T-Mobile and AT&T.
Well then what kind of phone will work there?
Check out phonescoop.com and gsmarena.com where you can look up phones by specs. You'll probably get hundreds if not thousands of matches.
It looks like he may have to get a phone in South Korea when he gets there. I told him to make sure that he gets a "Google" phone and not some other Android phone.
The reason I say that is because I want him to get a phone that has Full Google AOSP support.
Boycott AT&T uVerse! | Tom's Android Blog | AOKP (The Android Open Kang Project)
not sure what the others are talking about but here you go... »en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samsung_Galaxy_S_III
S iii us works on the same band except you won't get LTE oyvey! Get the unlocked ATT/Tmobile Version which are both GSM based...