Last week, I stopped by the LG Store to get the scoop on the G3. I was told they will not be available here in Thailand until August. They did not have confirmed pricing but thought the 32G will come in between $650- 750. Past experience tells me it would be closer to the $750. price. Yesterday, I was messing around on eBay only to find the Chinese version selling for $799. The price includes 2 LG batteries, a case and a screen protector. Fedex 3 day international delivery was included as well. After doing the math, turns out to be a good deal or perhaps a wash if the phone sells for $650. The eBay ad did say the phone will work on all GSM networks but may not work on some 4G LTE networks. So I started to do some research. The Koren G3 covers every radio band and lists LTE and LTE-A in the 4G range. LTE-A is the advanced version. LTE-A uses 3 bands to achieve faster data up and down. The Korean phone uses LTE-A on the 2600 band. My carrier uses the 2100 band. The LTE specs are a perfect match. Looks like I will lose the higher speed LTE connectivity. Now, the price is about a wash and I can get the phone almost 3 months earlier. I am wondering if I can flash the Thai radio software when available or are there any physical differences in the radios hardware? Or, just not worry about LTE-A and get the phone. I was able to flash different radios on both my S3 and S4 with no issues. What do you guys think?