4G LTE articles
Archos has announced a new Android Smartphone with 4G LTE connectivity for 2015. The Archos 50 Diamond isn't special because it costs just $200 and has support for 4G LTE networks. Archos is using a 64-bit octa-core processor to power its latest mid-range Android phone.
Sprint has announced it has released new LG G2 Android 4.4.2 operating system update for its users. According to the official changelog, it improves LTE connectivity, HD Voice and comes with Google security patches. As expected, the update is rolling out in stages.
The entry-level smartphone was launched back in September, but if you want it on Verizon's network, there is one small problem - the phone won't be available this year. According to WPCentral, Verizon branded Lumia 735 with LTE is not scheduled to come out this year.
Verizon announced the Sony Xperia Z3 in the US. Only, the carrier will sell Sony's flagship Smartphone under a slightly modified name - Xperia Z3v. The Xperia Z3v is every bit identical to the Xperia Z3, save for a tiny number of changes here and there.
Back in June, Google rolled out the Android 4.4.4 KitKat factory images for Nexus 7 and Nexus 10, while Nexus 7 (2013) LTE was scheduled to get it later this year. This has finally happen as Google has posted the full factory images and binaries for the LTE version.
The entry-level Galaxy Ace Style has been updated with LTE connectivity and is now officially announced by Samsung. Along with LTE update, the new Galaxy Ace Style LTE does have a few more upgrades such as a 4.3-inch display which is now a Super AMOLED.
Chinese phone maker Gionee announced a new mid-range Android Smartphone. The Gionee GN715 is a Snapdragon 400 powered handset that packs a 5-inch HD (1280 x 720) resolution display and comes with 1 GB of RAM. It's got support for 4G LTE networks, which is great.
Oppo is prepping another Smartphone alongside the N3 phablet, which is expected to succeed the Oppo N1 with a top-mounted rotating camera. The Oppo R5 will succeed the R3, which shot to fame for its incredibly slim 6.3mm frame, with support for 4G LTE networks.
Fancy a new gaming tablet? How about you take a look at the NVIDIA Shield Tablet. What? You never heard of it? Well, it is only the most powerful gaming tablet on Earth. So, yeah... NVIDIA is now offering a 4G LTE enabled version of the Shield Tablet.
HTC announced their first 64-bit Smartphone today. It's not a new flagship; the first 64-bit Smartphone from this Taiwanese firm is a mid-range device. Powered by a 1.2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 410 chipset from Qualcomm, the Desire 510 houses a 4.7-inch FWVGA display.