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HSDPA Frequency

I am looking to buy a phone that says it has 2G in the right frequency bands for AT&T.  But, for 3G it says "HSDPA 850/900/1900/2100"  and for 4G it simply says "LTE Band".

 

My question is: Will this phone work as 3G?  And, without knowing the specific LTE Bands, can you assume it works as 4G LTE on the AT&T network?  (The phone is a Bluboo Maya).

 

Thanks so much for your help!

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ACE - Expert

Re: HSDPA Frequency

You need 850/1900 to get 3g And no that phone won't get lte.
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ACE - Sage

Re: HSDPA Frequency

This has the specs for 3G as 900/2100.

http://www.pdevice.com/product/bluboo-maya-specs

 

This has specs for 3G as 850/2100.  

http://www.geekbuying.com/item/BLUBOO-Maya-2GB-16GB-Smartphone---White-368861.html

 

Unless you can confirm 3G includes 850/1900 I would not buy this phone.

 

 

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