Galaxy Note 2 is one of the featured device of Samsung, and it is available in 2 versions, the N7100 and N7105. It appears that most of the Custom apps, ROMs and other developments are for the N7100 version of the Galaxy Note 2 and the ones that use it on their N7105 risk bricking the phone or break it. That’s why it is important to know how to differentiate the two devices.
The difference between N7100 and N7105 is that N7100 is the International 3G version of the Galaxy Note 2 and N7105 is the International LTE version.
This means that N7105 has 4G LTE connectivity and also it is only available in countries that allow this technology.
You can also see other differences at our guide about Galaxy Note 2 N7100 3G vs N7105 LTE.
If you want to know the other model numbers for US carriers of the Galaxy Note 2, here they are:
- T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 – SGH-T889
- Verizon: SCH-i605
- AT&T: SGH-i317
- Sprint: SPH-L900
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