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Pros: This review is to correct what the first reviewer talks about 3G/2G incompatibility.
Cons: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz (2G)
UMTS 900 / 1900 / 2100 MHz (3G)
LTE - not supported (4G)
Other Thoughts: From above frequency list, GSM (for 2G and voice calls) is quad-band world ready. This phone is capable of running EDGE 2G data and receive and place calls.
UMTS (3G or 3.5G) only supports 900/1900/2100 MHz.
T-Mobile USA 3G uses 1700 MHz and 2100 MHz with 1700 MHz dominates most area. You might get 3G connection from 2100 MHz, but hardly. T-Mobile is rolling out 1900 MHz this year, so this phone could get 3G in some area too.
AT&T USA uses 850/1900 MHz for their 3G. So this phone will not likely get 3G connection.
Pros: Bought 2 sets of these (4 x 8GB) during black friday deal and it was one of the best purchase. Great RAM and worked great with my new rig. Worked fine with my ASUS Z77 VK series MB.
Other Thoughts: Currently they are more expensive than Black Friday~ ahah, Black Friday deal FTW!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Cheapest 16GB C6 MicroSD card at the time I bought.
Cons: This is nowhere C6 as I tested with two different software with 4 different trials.
The most it can do it close to C5 (5MB / sec).... if such thing exists. This should be rated as C4 card instead of C6.
Other Thoughts: I RMA the first card I received and hoped that I could receive a better performance card. Guess what, the 2nd card behaves similarly so I guess I was not just unlucky. RiData is just a untrustworthy company that sells unreliable product.
STAY AWAY FROM RiDATA. You HAVE BEEN WARNED!