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Wed, Apr 18, 2018 11:12 PM

System compatibility for BluBoo S3

I saw the new "BluBoo S3" is compared to the performance of the "Samsung S9" 

 

As a major carrier does AT&T provide service/wireless network compatibility for this

new Android operating system device/phone?

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ATTHelp

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3 years ago

Hello @ManW/Tools!


I can understand your interest in knowing if the Bluboo S3 is compatible with our network. I can definitely share some important information!


The AT&T network currently operates on the 700MHz, 850MHz and 1900MHz radio spectrum frequencies. Bands: 2,4,5 and 17 are required for 4G LTE technology. To check device compatibility, please click here.


Thank you for reaching out and have a fantastic weekend!


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@ManW/Tools wrote:

I saw the new "BluBoo S3" is compared to the performance of the "Samsung S9" 

 

As a major carrier does AT&T provide service/wireless network compatibility for this

new Android operating system device/phone?


No it wont work on any us carrier as its missing B5 wcdma or 850mhz...  You must have both 850/1900 for the phone to work on ATT

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3 years ago

Hello @ManW/Tools,


Hope you are having a fantastic afternoon.  


The information I am providing here is an article which indicates the type of
Band we support. Upon arriving at this article, AT&T 2G network shutdown; scroll down to Device Requirements to read about the frequency/bands supported.


Thank you for inquiring on this device.


Have a safe and peaceful day.


Georgia, AT&T Community Specialist


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3 years ago

The Frequencies and bands listed on the specs are as follows.

2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
 3G: WCDMA 850/900/2100MHz (B5/B8/B1)
 4G: FDD LTE 800/850/900/1800/2100/2600MHz (B20/B5/B8/B3/B1/B7)
        TDD: B38/B39/B40/B41

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