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I don't know of a user interface in Android to enumerate the radio frequencies that the device handles. However, to give you the direct answer you were looking for, the Padfone X lacks UMTS 1700/2100, which is different from the LTE 1700/2100 that it supports.
The "bars" actually just state the signal strength – so basically you could have all 5 or whatever bars, but no data at all. Data speed depends on multiple other factors not all fully known to me; one example is "available bandwidth" divided by "connected devices using it". So if the capacity of the cell tower has been "reached", even with full bars and ...
If you get a device working on a specific carrier or not depends on the following factors: cellular standards and frequency bands artificial locks on the device and sometimes willingness of the carrier First, check what your future carrier and phone have. For carrier networks and frequencies Wikipedia is the most complete source I know: ...
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