Does Mi4 Support Fdd-lte?


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Depends of which model you buy. If you buy Mi4 FDD-LTE then it will support FDD-LTE.

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Depends of which model you buy. If you buy Mi4 FDD-LTE then it will support FDD-LTE.

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As I do not know much about FDD-LTE etc, I have problem with my "Redmi 2 4G". Someone bought this for me in Hong Kong, when I took it back to Toronto of Canada, this Redmi 2 4G can recognize my local SIM card, got the Provider's name and the Phone number, except there is "No Service".

Can you figure out where went wrong? Please help.

My Redmi 2 4G is FDD-LTE/WCDMA/GSM, model name: 2014817.
 
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As I do not know much about FDD-LTE etc, I have problem with my "Redmi 2 4G". Someone bought this for me in Hong Kong, when I took it back to Toronto of Canada, this Redmi 2 4G can recognize my local SIM card, got the Provider's name and the Phone number, except there is "No Service".

Can you figure out where went wrong? Please help.

My Redmi 2 4G is FDD-LTE/WCDMA/GSM, model name: 2014817.
Maybe your provider uses 4G frequencies that are not supported by your phone and vice versa.

Изпратено от моя XiaoMi MI 2S през Tapatalk
 
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Hi guys, My "Redmi 2 4G" specified Network: FDD-LTE(B3/7/8); WCDMA(B1/8); GSM(B3/8). Does anyone think it will work in Toronto of Canada ?
 
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Both Canadian carriers Bell and Rogers are using FDD-LTE(B7)-or 2600 MHz.
As for 3G WCDMA Bell is using CDMA which is not supported by your phone, while Rogers is using WCDMA (HSDPA 850 / 1900 MHz.
According to http://www.******/en/note4g/#param Xiaomi Redmi 2 is using HSDPA 850 / 900/ 1900 / 2100 MHz which is a little bit different from what you specify as "WCDMA(B1/8)"-2100 and 900 MHz respectively.

So, Rogers is the best choice for your phone, if it is not a replica of Xiaomi Redmi 2.

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