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Now a days only buying a 4g phone is not enough. Since jio and airtel has launched Carrier aggregation(LTE-A) upto 3 band (3CA), so it is good to buy CA supported 4g handset if we really want to enjoy great data speed. I am using lyf f1s and it supports 2ca and speed is really amazing compare to other non Lte-A phone. So I want to say, can we make a list here for Lte-A supported phone. So that it would be easy for others to purchase. All the gurus who is using ca phones can throw some light here. Thanks

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These are the handsets, I have tested with Lte-A.

1. Lyf f1s (used by me)

2. Lyf f1 (using my brother)

3. Samsung A9 pro(bought today, great speed)

4. Samsung c9 pro( CA confirmed by KanagaDeepan sir)

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The list will be too big, imho.. Here is a Wikipedia link, showing 4G+ Handsets and level of CA supported...

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Sir, I am telling about that handset which is physically tested with CA.

As per wikipedia list, all mentioned handset don’t support CA physically. For example none of the xiaomi and sony phones support CA in india physically. Even one plus 3/3t is mentioned but not supporting physically. Htc a9 mentioned but not supporting, only htc 10 supported. Htc u11 I never used or any of my relative didn’t used, so i don’t have idea. I never used samsung phone, so cann’t comment about any model of samsung. Yesterday I bought a9 pro after taking advice from you itself and it is working great. I just want to say sir, many of the handset that should support CA , actually not supporting physically in india..

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Good.. In that case, it is better to also list those phones which definitely NOT supporting CA in real. This will help people to avoid such phones in future. Please edit your first post with RED ALERT practically non-CA phones as well.

Thanks in advance...

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