What would you ever possibly do on a phone that requires that kind of speed
google internet will be 1gb so theres that
Thought Google said screw Verizon because they slowed down a lot of the updates on the last nexus so Google isn't making this one Verizon compatible..
I want to buy the Nexus 5 if it will indeed work with verizon, so any insight on if it will work for sure would be appreciated.
For technical details on LTE and a list of its designated operating frequencies, bands, and their common names, see LTE Frequency bands.
Bands 33 to 44 are TD-LTE-Networks.
Networks on the global LTE-bands 1, 3, 7, 28 (FDD-LTE) or 38, 40 (TDD-LTE) are suitable for future global roaming in ITU Regions 1, 2 and 3.
Networks on LTE-band 8 (FDD-LTE) may allow global roaming in the future (ITU Regions 1, 2 and 3) (Long-term perspective).
Networks on LTE-band 20 (FDD-LTE) are suitable for roaming in ITU Region 1 (EMEA) only.
Networks on LTE-bands 2 and 4 (FDD-LTE) are suitable for roaming in ITU Region 2 (Americas) only.
quote:so what happens when out of a band 4 territory? No service on N5?
When you get back, ask verizon what areas they have rolled out the LTE band 4. those are the areas that you can use the nexus 5. the roll out just started today only in New York. so it will be a while before LTE band 4 covers large areas of the US
quote:No lte service possibly will have CDMA 3g, but not sure on that. Band 4 will eventually cover the same areas as band 13.
so what happens when out of a band 4 territory? No service on N5?
because when I'm connected to my shitty office wifi, sometimes it takes minutes to download a PDF. So i switch to LTE and boom, downloaded in .5 second.