Posts Tagged ‘LTE’
The Samsung GT-i9506 is believed to be an international version of the Galaxy S4 with LTE-Advanced connectivity. Like the S4 LTE-A that was exclusively launched in South Korea in July, the GT-i9506 seems to have a Snapdragon 800 chipset inside.
The existence of the GT-i9506 is now confirmed by the FCC. The Commission’s documents show that this is indeed an S4 variant, but can’t clarify if there’s any LTE-A flavor in it. The only LTE band mentioned by the FCC… Read more
T-Mobile is the only major carrier in the US that doesn’t have an LTE network. Sure enough, it does offer 4G services, but they’re limited to HSPA+ 42Mbps. All this will change next year, when T-Mobile is going to launch LTE, obviously helped (financially) by its parent company, Deutsche Telekom. T-Mobile’s official goal is to roll-out its LTE network and cover roughly 100 million people by mid-2013. Thus, it could introduce quite a few LTE smartphones and tablets in the… Read more
AT&T is launching a new Android smartphone made by Sony: the Xperia TL.
The TL closely resembles the Sony Xperia T that’s already available in other parts of the world, but comes with an extra feature — LTE connectivity. That aside, the Xperia TL is quite capable of keeping your interested piqued if you’re in the market for high-end smartphones. It has a 4.55-inch scratch-resistant HD display, Android ICS (to be upgraded to Jelly Bean in early 2013), dual-core Snapdragon… Read more
Announced for the US market last month, the Samsung Galaxy Note II is available there as of today, although only one carrier (T-Mobile) is selling it for now. If you want to buy the Note II from T-Mobile, you’ll have to pay $369.99 (after a $50 mail-in rebate). That’s a crazy price, we know. Anyhow, T-Mobile lets you choose the handset in either white, or blue, here.
Sprint will offer the Galaxy Note II tomorrow, October 25, for $299.99 on… Read more
LG finally has a smartphone that can compete with Samsung’s Galaxy S III. It’s the LG Optimus G, initially announced at the end of August, and now ready to enthrall customers around the world. The first country to get the Optimus G is South Korea — and this makes a lot of sense, since we’re talking about LG’s home country here. Koreans will be able to buy the smartphone starting next week, reportedly for 999,900 won. That means about $895, but… Read more
Samsung and Sprint have announced the launch of a new LTE-capable smartphone: the Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE. Presented as being powerful yet affordable, the Victory is no Galaxy S III, but at least it has some of its features, including Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, S Voice, and S Beam. You also get a 4-inch display with 800 x 480 pixels on the Victory, plus a 1.2 GHz Snapdragon processor, NFC, 1.3 Megapixel front-facing camera, 5 Megapixel rear camera, a 2100… Read more
AT&T has a new LTE smartphone targeted at customers who are looking for “an unparalleled combination of premium performance and value”: the LG Escape, smiling from the image above. Available starting September 16, both online and in AT&T retail stores, the LG Escape runs Android 4.0 ICS. It’s a mid-end device, featuring a 4.3-inch qHD IPS Gorilla Glass display, QuickMemo, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, Wi-Fi, Dolby Mobile surround sound, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 5 Megapixel rear camera with… Read more
ZTE has officially acknowledged the existence of Anthem 4G LTE, an Android handset that will be released in the US by MetroPCS. The Chinese company says the Anthem is its first LTE smartphone for North America. It’s got a 4.3-inch display, micro HDMI, 5 Megapixel rear camera, a dual-core Snapdragon S3 MSM8660 processor clocked at 1.2GHz, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of on-board memory, and a 1,780 mAh battery. The doleful part of the news is that ZTE mentions Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread as… Read more