1. B-E-A-S-T's Avatar
    I came across a person selling a Q10 (BRAN NEW Blackberry q10....1st the z10 now the q10 - Ontario Phones, PDAs, iPods For Sale - Kijiji Ontario Canada.) and he confirmed his unlocked device will not work with WIND. He has the device in hand and is ready to meet in person...someone should grab it if they live in Hamilton, Ontario.

    I thought the Q10 uses the TI OMAP 4470 like the Z10 (Etisalat - Mobile - BlackBerry Internet Solution) and this should support these HSPA frequencies?

    Does anyone have any further details?
    03-18-13 08:32 PM
  2. Cap_172R's Avatar
    I came across a person selling a Q10 (BRAN NEW Blackberry q10....1st the z10 now the q10 - Ontario Phones, PDAs, iPods For Sale - Kijiji Ontario Canada.) and he confirmed his unlocked device will not work with WIND. He has the device in hand and is ready to meet in person...someone should grab it if they live in Hamilton, Ontario.

    I thought the Q10 uses the TI OMAP 4470 like the Z10 (Etisalat - Mobile - BlackBerry Internet Solution) and this should support these HSPA frequencies?

    Does anyone have any further details?
    The TI OMAP 4470 is not LTE capable (as far as its implementation in the Z10 is concerned... hence the STL100-1 is the only Z10 version not LTE equipped/capable. refer to this post http://forums.crackberry.com/blackbe...3/#post8026034 for head to head comparison of each Z10 version.
    Last edited by Cap_172R; 03-18-13 at 08:56 PM.
    03-18-13 08:41 PM
  3. B-E-A-S-T's Avatar
    I agree the TI OMAP is not LTE capable BUT if you look at the second link by Etisalat you will notice it is quad band HSPA and lists 1700/2100 as compatible and should work...

    Alternatively does anyone know if the Q10 will come with the Qualcomm Chipset as well i.e. like the Z10 RFK121LW model?
    03-18-13 08:59 PM
  4. Cap_172R's Avatar
    I agree the TI OMAP is not LTE capable BUT if you look at the second link by Etisalat you will notice it is quad band HSPA and lists 1700/2100 as compatible and should work...
    Yea i see it says that, but i think that's a general idea of all the bands supported by the device and not necessarily the specific version. E.g STL100-1 or STL10-2... The 100-1 is not LTE capable and as far as i know, does not support the AWS frequencies. That is a variant of the STL100-3 (many have bought Canadian versions ---> which are 100-3 units and using them successfully on TMobile for instance).


    Update: the version wind users are reporting in use is the STL100-3 RFK121LW http://forums.crackberry.com/news-ru...0/#post8044119 (this in essence should be the tmobile version too)
    Last edited by Cap_172R; 03-18-13 at 09:26 PM.
    03-18-13 09:06 PM
  5. raino's Avatar
    I don't think the Etisalat band listing is correct. I remember reading a couple of threads about how the Middle East got the STL100-1 variant. The STL100-1 is the only OMAP variant, but it does not have the AWS HSPA band.
    03-18-13 09:27 PM

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