1. sidtek50's Avatar
    For me, the Aurora actually is a more exciting phone than the KEYOne. The KEYOne's name and price is a disaster waiting to happen in the UK (in my personal opinion). The Aurora is slightly overpriced for the spec, BUT, it's not a ridiculous price either.

    I'd consider importing one if it supports UK bands. Anyone know if it does??

    Thanks!
    03-11-17 07:54 AM
  2. thurask's Avatar
    From the product page:

    Network: LTE B1 (2100MHz), B3 (1800MHz), B5 (850MHz), B7 (2600MHz), B8 (900MHz), B26 (850MHz), B40 (2300MHz), WCDMA 850/900 / 2100MHz; GSM 900 / 1800MHz
    From Wikipedia, LTE isn't perfect, but that depends on your carrier and where you are.

    3: 3/20
    EE: 3/7/20
    O2: 3/20
    Vodafone: 1/7/3/20/38

    Aurora: 1/3/5/7/8/26/40
    03-11-17 10:14 AM
  3. sidtek50's Avatar
    Thanks. I'm on 3 so I think I would be able to use it.
    03-11-17 10:54 AM
  4. thurask's Avatar
    Thanks. I'm on 3 so I think I would be able to use it.
    You won't have VoLTE (that's Band 20) but regular LTE/3G should work.
    03-11-17 11:16 AM

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