[maemo-users] Re: Can´t believe N900 doesn´t support 850/1900 UMTS...

From: Timo Pelkonen peltsip at gmail.com
Date: Tue Dec 8 12:35:03 EET 2009
N900 doesn't have variations, every device has similar frequencies.


There is nothing else to do except wait....

2009/12/8 Alejandro López <listas.apl at googlemail.com>

> Fernando,
> I think Argentina uses the same frequencies as the US, so I would be very
> surprised if those frequencies are not supported by the N900. Maybe the
> supported frequencies depend where you buy it?
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UMTS_frequency_bands#UMTS.2FHSDPA.2FHSUPA_frequency_bands_deployment
> I don't know if this is the case for the N900 (I hope not), but with the
> N80 there was a funny problem. In Argentina the European version was sold as
> it supported the Spanish language, but it would not work on UMTS because it
> used the European bands. To have the N80 working on 3G you needed to buy it
> in the US, but in that case it would not support Spanish. Nice, ain't it?
> Good luck.
> Alejandro.
> Fernando Cassia wrote:
> > Sheesh, I was ready to order the N900 but then I found it only supports
> > WCDMA at 900-1800-2100.
> > Down here in Argentina 3G uses 850 and 1900 Mhz.
> >
> > Was it too difficult for Nokia to include worldwide 3G compatibility?
> > Oh well...
> >
> > FC
> >
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