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Qualcomm's Latest Gobi Chips Support Multiple LTE Frequencies

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Mar 8, 2012, 3:42 PM

Will Gobi 5 cover all 36 LTE Freq.'s?

The press release is kind of ambiguous. Almost every country has a different set of frequencies. Although currently AT&T and VZW use the 700 range, AT&T is 704-746 and VZW is 746-787. Does this Gobi 5 scan all and let you use the one you want? Also, What major equp. Manufactures are using Gobi 5 in new Handsets? Nokia? Moto? LG? Sammy? Is there another chip like this out there? Alot of questions...

Feb 21, 2012, 2:12 PM

Uh oh!

Looks like this eliminates the excuse of carriers like AT&T and Verizon phones being incompatible with the the smaller carriers. Let's hear the next excuse from the behemoths.
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