4G LTE articles
A few days ago, Bharti Airtel had revealed plans of rolling out voice and data over 4G LTE networks in certain parts of the country. Bangalore happens to be one of the fortunate few cities to have access to screaming fast next-generation internet connectivity.
Samsung recently held a conference with its investors in which the company divulged undeniably interesting information with regard to future devices. The most exciting of all is of course "true" bendable phones, which are set to arrive in 2015. Let's talk 2013 for now.
After first smashing into the front page a couple of days back, Verizon's new budget-friendly tablet, dubbed Ellipsis 7, has gone official. Ellipsis 7 happens to be Verizon's first 4G LTE enabled tablet, which will help the company better compete with the Nexus 7.
Qualcomm has revealed that the new Google Nexus 5 not only features the company's fastest mobile processor, the Snapdragon 800 SoC, but also features a certain Qualcomm QFE1100 envelope tracking chipset, which is a front-end for OEMs to design global 4G LTE devices
American cellular carrier Sprint announced that it would begin selling the 4G LTE-enabled iPad Air through its dealerships and online, from November 1, 2013. Apple's swanky new tablet, powered by Sprint, will be available in over 185 markets the carrier has presence in.
Vivo is set to launch the first smartphone with a WQHD (2560 x 1440 pixels) screen. The company's new XPlay 3S smartphone could make use of either LG's recently announced 5.5-inch WQHD IPS LCD panel, or something entirely new. Its other chops are equally impressive.
The existence of a Verizon branded Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini was first leaked back in the first week of August, and consumers have been left waiting for so long. Don't you worry anymore, your wait is almost at an end. The Galaxy S4 Mini has passed Bluetooth Certification.
The Nokia Lumia 2520, the Finnish company's first tablet, will allegedly land on Verizon next month. Starting 17 November, the US carrier will begin offering the first Windows 8.1 RT based Nokia tablet to citizens across the country. The price is rumored to be $499.
Citizens of Hong Kong (SAR, China) will soon join Koreans in being among the world's first with an active LTE-Advanced cellular network. What makes the development particularly important for China is that the network was set up completely by local company ZTE.
AT&T will be making a not-so-big but a very significant update this week. For the first time ever, the second largest US carrier network will launch an ASUS branded tablet. The device in question is the ASUS MeMO Pad FHD LTE 10.1 which was announced earlier.