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Brand & Model: Lenovo A300T 

Operating System: Android 2.3 

CPU: SC8810 Single Core 1.0GHz; GPU: Mali300 

RAM: 256MB + ROM: 512MB 

SIM Card Quantity: Single SIM 

Camera: Single camera 

Connectivity: SIM slot, Micro USB, Earphone 3.5mm, TF card slot, Microphone, Speaker 

Network Mode: 1 SIM / Dual Band 

Network type: GSM & TD-SCDMA Network 

2 Band (2G): 850/900/1800/1900MHZ; Band (3G): 2010-2025MHz (3G only works in China

3 WiFi: 802.11b/g wireless internet 

Language: English, German, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Russian, Simple Chinese, Traditional Chinese 

Display: 4.0 inch Capacitive Screen ,Screen resolution: 800 x 480 Screen Color: 16M Colors 

Storage: External memory: TF card up to 32GB (not included) 

Camera type: Single camera 

Back camera: 2.0MP (with auto focus) 

Battery: BL203, 3.7V/1300mAh Li-ion battery (removable) 

Talk time: Approx 9 (Unit: Hour)

Standby time: Approx 180 (Unit: Hour) 

Picture format: JPEG, GIF, BMP, PNG 

Video format: 3GP, MP4G-4 

Music format: AAC, AMR, MP3, WAV 

E-book format: TXT, CHM, DOC, HTML 

Games: Android APK 

Additional Features: WIFI, Ebook, Email, Messaging, Google, Search, office, Wallpapers, Calendar, Calculator, Clock, Camera, Play Store, etc 

Size: 124.5 x 64.4 x12.6mm 

Weight: 120g (Including battery) 

 

According to specs I found 3G only works in China.  The band that it uses is only supported in China.

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He meant that 3G band is only used in China.

The U.S. 3G UMTS-FDD bands are 1900 (PCS A-F, UL 1850-1910, DL 1930-1990) and 850 (CLR, UL 824-849, DL 869-894). T-Mobile also uses the band 1700 (AWS A-F, UL 1710-1755, DL 2110-2155).

Though, that Lenovo A300T could potentially work in the US, because the frequency 2010-2025 falls in the IMT-2000 range (1885-2025, 2110-2200). That being said, it uses Time-Division Duplexing (TDD) instead of Frequency-Division Duplexing (FDD). The frequency band for it are the UMTS-TDD IMT/A Lower 1900-1920, and IMT/A Upper 2010-2025.

Thanks,

EBrown

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