As in different kinds of it, made for various regions and carriers.
What does it matter? Isn’t all the same?
Simply put: Nope, not even close. As they’re made for different regions/countries/carriers/etc.
I don’t know what model my phone is, where do I find that?
On the lower back of the phone you’ve got in tiny letters where it says Model followed by it’s model string, like 0P6B100.
Or use a fastboot getvar command described HERE to get modelid etc that you need.
fastboot getvar all
Gives you ALL info about the phone.
fastboot getvar modelid
Just gives you modelid, like:
Do notice that the it adds zeros to the end of it, so that would be 0P6B100.
Ok, I found what model it is. Now I just need to know what is it. Help me!
This is what I’ve found so far, tried to find a list of it on xda etc but couldn’t find one so far. So, I’m compiling my own list. That I will edit when I find out more, or find errors.
Edit: the list is more complete now, but it might lack a few MID’s.
|0P6B120||m8_ul||Developer edition [US]|
|0P6B170||m8_ul||Google Play Edition[US]|
|ONEM8HKE?||m8_whl||Harman Kardon Edition, Sprint [US]|
|0P6B200||m8_wlv||Verizon [US], both Android and WP 8.1|
|0P6B600||m8_dug||China (China Unicom)|
|0P6B610||m8_dugl||China (China Unicom) ?|
|0P6B400||m8_dwg||China (China Telecom)|
|0P6B500||m8_tl||China (China Mobile)|
DTU = TD-SCDMA + WCDMA / GSM dual standby 2SIM slot
DUG = WCDMA / GSM + GSM dual standby 2SIM slot
DWG = CDMA2000/WCDMA/GSM + GSM dual standby 2SIM slot
TL = TD-SCDMA/TD-LTE/FDD-LTE?
UL = WCDMA / GSM / FDD-LTE
U = WCDMA / GSM
ULA = WCDMA / GSM / LTE-Advanced FDD?
WL = CDMA2000/WCDMA/GSM/FDD-LTE
WHL = CDMA2000/WCDMA/GSM/FDD-LTE/TDD-LTE
UHL = GSM / WCDMA / FDD-LTE / TDD-LTE