Homtom HT10 boasts Global 4G network support


Homtom HT10

Supported 4G frequencies are quite often the Achilles heel of chinese smartphones, at least concerning international customers. So its quite refreshing seeing some producers going on a limb and offering extended 4G networks coverage just as the announced Homtom HT10.

Homtom HT10 presents something called “Global 4G network support”, which in fact is in fact collection of the most used frequencies on all the continents. Granted, the collection isn’t fully complete, but still covers quite a portion of the worldwide frequencies.

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Supported bands of Homtom HT10 are specifically FDD-LTE B1/B2/B3/B7/B17 and B20, which converted to frequencies equals 2100, 1900, 1800, 1700, 2600, 700 c and 800 MHz. Wider range of LTE is never a bad thing so kudos to Homtom for that.

 

 

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8 Comments

  1. Marius Cirsta
    April 7, 2016

    Well that’s probably all the FDD frequencies but that still leaved the TDD LTE frequencies on which many people rely on even in the EU.
    There’s a company that uses TDD 2600 ( B38 ) in Romania.

  2. Marius Cirsta
    April 7, 2016

    Well that’s probably all the FDD frequencies but that still leaved the TDD LTE frequencies on which many people rely on even in the EU.
    There’s a company that uses TDD 2600 ( B38 ) in Romania.

  3. Muhammad Yasir
    April 8, 2016

    FINALLY … SOMETHING WHICH THE AMERICANS AND EUROPEANS WILL LIKE …
    ahem , and also an opportunity for Doogee to showcase ANY potential improvements they have made to their brand quality in the meanwhile !

    • Candy Wang
      April 10, 2016

      It’s HOMTOM bro, they are 2 different companies and brands

      • Muhammad Yasir
        April 11, 2016

        wait what ?

  4. Guest
    April 8, 2016

    FINALLY … SOMETHING WHICH THE AMERICANS AND EUROPEANS WILL LIKE …
    ahem , and also an opportunity for Doogee to showcase ANY potential improvements they have made to their brand quality in the meanwhile !

    • Candy Wang
      April 11, 2016

      It’s HOMTOM bro, they are 2 different companies and brands

    • Guest
      April 11, 2016

      wait what ?
      HOMTOM is sub brand of doogee and not so well off either …