1. jfavellanedab's Avatar
    DO both lines allow LTE connection? or only one sim allow to have LTE and the other HSPA ?
    01-20-2017 05:36 PM
  2. anthonyng's Avatar
    DO both lines allow LTE connection? or only one sim allow to have LTE and the other HSPA ?

    At this moment one LTE at a time. The other would get a 2G connection only.

    Some people seem to think that they could enable 3G on the other sim by firmware but I thought it was a snapdragon 810 limitation. The HP Elite X3 allows LTE + 3G and this was only after a recent firmware update in early december. It uses a snapdragon 820 though
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    01-20-2017 06:05 PM
  3. eserrano250's Avatar
    Keep in mind that if you are using AT&T as your second sim, AT&T has shut down their 2G network.
    02-04-2017 07:07 AM
  4. Kot Prada's Avatar
    Then, I should stop searching 950XL Dual Sim and just get Single Sim?

    Never used two sims though...
    02-05-2017 08:38 AM
  5. anthonyng's Avatar
    Then, I should stop searching 950XL Dual Sim and just get Single Sim?

    Never used two sims though...
    depends on your 2G options. In Canada we still have a 2G network so I have a voice only line on that and then data on another sim on 4Glte
    02-07-2017 12:27 PM
  6. Kot Prada's Avatar
    depends on your 2G options. In Canada we still have a 2G network so I have a voice only line on that and then data on another sim on 4Glte
    Yes, we have a 2G in Ukraine (we barely have 3G here :D)... but I would better get a cheap phone for certain sim with 2G. Why would I use smartphone for 2G? I will better use 950XL single sim for 3G (or 4G) and 2-nd sim with a simple phone with 2G.

    Dual Sim smartphone would be needed only in case of network on both SIMs.
    02-08-2017 07:31 AM
  7. anthonyng's Avatar
    Yes, we have a 2G in Ukraine (we barely have 3G here :D)... but I would better get a cheap phone for certain sim with 2G. Why would I use smartphone for 2G? I will better use 950XL single sim for 3G (or 4G) and 2-nd sim with a simple phone with 2G.

    Dual Sim smartphone would be needed only in case of network on both SIMs.
    Well then you carry two phones around. I rather have one that handles both. I use 2G only for voice. the 4g part is my data.
    02-09-2017 12:11 PM

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