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Is Kogan's Agora not compatible with the 850 3G network?

Ross Catanzariti | March 25, 2013
Is Kogan selling an Android smartphone that isn't compatible with the 850MHz 3G network in Australia?

Kogan also supplied us a specifications sheet, which details the capabilities of each SIM card slot on the Agora smartphone as follows:

SIM1

GSM with GPRS/E-GPRS Class 12 Packet Data and GPRS Class 5 DTM in the following bands:

-GSM850
-GSM900 (E-GSM and P-GSM)
-GSM1800 (DCS)
-GSM1900 (PCS)

UMTS Power Class 3 in the following bands:

-FDD Band I (2100MHz)
-FDD Band V (850MHz)
-FDD Band VI (800MHz)

SIM2

GSM with GPRS/E-GPRS Class 12 Packet Data in the following bands:

-GSM850
-GSM900 (E-GSM and P-GSM)
-GSM1800 (DCS)

UMTS Power Class 3 in the following bands:

-FDD Band I (2100MHz)
-FDD Band II (1900MHz)
-FDD Band V (850MHz)

Kogan has promised to send PC World Australia a second review unit of the Agora. We will update this article with any necessary changes should the new model work on the 850 network.

 

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