4G LTE articles
LG debuted the Optimus F5, its mainstream 4G LTE-enabled handset, featuring a 4.3-inch qHD screen, slightly refitted Android 4.1, and a decent mainstream feature-set. Launched first in France, the phone will make its debut in most world markets by June.
While there were rumours that we could see X Phone or Nexus 5 at Google I/O, that won't happen. At the upcoming conference, the company has plans to introduce improved Nexus 4 smartphone. A new Nexus 4 will get LTE along with Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie.
One of the lightest and slimmest tablets in the world is ready to conquer the competition in Europe. Following its launch in Japan, Sony is getting ready to launch it in various markets across Europe. As the launch is near, we have pricing info of the Xperia Z tablet.
One of the leading smartphone manufacturers LG has announced that it has sold more than 10 million LTE smartphones. According to an e-mail statement, LG's LTE smartphone sales topped the 10 million mark last week, which was helped by aggressive push into the 4G markets.
Sony Xperia SP already had plenty to say in recent weeks. New details have emerged upon its launch discovering the handset's design and the specs. The screen of Xperia SP will be a 4.6-inch instead of before rumored 4.3-inch along with 8 GB of memory.
It is known that NVIDIA has been struggling to find an OEM manufacturer to make Tegra 4 handsets. After NVIDIA unveiled Tegra 4 last month, they now have settled with ZTE to be the first company to ship Tegra 4 smartphone. The company will ship first models by mid-2013.
An electronics company LSI has come out with new products. The company's first high-end ARM multicore chip is intended for mobile base stations of all sizes. The Axxia 5500 family of processors is using up to 16 Cortex-A15 cores, ARM's most powerful processor to date.
Broadcom, a leader in the wireless and broadband communication business, has just unveiled its next-generation LTE modem chip. The BCM21892 is a high-end 4G LTE modem chip intended for use on high-end devices and supports data speeds of up to 150 Mb/s.
Samsung's answer to the iPad mini, the Galaxy Note 8.0, is slated to arrive in three main variants, apart from capacity-based sub-variants; these include the WiFi-only GT-N5100, the WiFi + 3G GT-N5110, and the flagship WiFi + 4G LTE GT-N5105. MWC is their launchpad.