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Default 01-04-2012, 18:14

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Originally Posted by tux View Post
American LTE isn't compatible with European LTE
I may add that LTE is compatible but operates on different frequencies in Europe and the US like it is the case for 2G and 3G networks. However in contrast to the latter there are no devices available yet that would support American and European LTE frequencies.

Anyway you don't need LTE in Europe, where we have pretty performant 3G (UMTS) networks that deliver enough bandwidth for your iPad. Technically LTE is still immature and more of a marketing thing than a real advancement.
Martin Sauter recently wrote an interesting article on this topic: WirelessMoves: Why the US Needs LTE Smartphones in 2012 and Why They are Not Needed and Wanted in Europe


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