Companies and mobile industry analysts are so confident that Apple will be putting out an LTE equipped iPhone in the near future that they are predicting a Summer 2012 release date.
Don’t let weak signal and dropped calls ruin your 4G experience: the Wilson 4G LTE 700 is designed to provide any building with a strong and reliable 4G LTE network.
The Samsung Galaxy S II has already made a splash as the fastest-selling smartphone in Asia and Europe. Now, a 4G LTE version of the Galaxy S II is set to be unveiled this week.
AT&T’s confidential claims accidentally made public have resulted in the FCC questioning the company’s merger with T-Mobile.
HTC’s new LTE tablet will hopefully hit the market this fall and will be supported by AT&T’s 4G LTE network.
Dish Network submitted a proposal to the FCC yesterday, asking for a waiver which would allow them to combine the spectra acquired when Dish purchased TerreStar Networks and DBSD North America earlier this year and build a 4G-LTE network of their own.
Apple’s iPhone may be a whole year away from supporting 4G but perhaps their infamous iPad 3 tablet will do the job sooner.
Sprint’s desire for a 4G LTE network adoption may require taking full control of Clearwire.
Verizon’s 4G LTE network now covers 160 million people in 117 cities. The expansion is keeping the mobile carrier well ahead of other companies and shows no sign of slowing down.
A 4G-LTE iPhone is being tested by carriers. Don’t get too excited though, it is unlikely that the iPhone 5, rumored to be released in September or October, will feature this high speed upgrade.