Engadget post time: May 09, 2013 at 11:24PM
LTE TDD’s not much of a thing in the US (other than on Clearwire), but it’s widely used across Asia and in countries like Saudi Arabia. Still, many handset makers are just getting on board, and LG has launched its first smartphone with those bands — an Optimus G variant — on Saudi Telecom’s network. LG said it would soon roll out that model along with other, as-yet-unnamed phones, equipped with the band (also known as TD-LTE) in Japan, Austrialia, India and North America. The Korean maker added that China will see the Optimus G this summer on China Mobile, which demoed a TD-LTE prototype of that model not so long ago.
Reference source: Engadget