4G LTE articles
Microsoft has launched an affordable 4G LTE capable Smartphone in India. The Lumia 638 is almost entirely identical to the Lumia 630, except that the former supports 4G LTE networks while the latter is limited to 3G networks. Accordingly, the Lumia 638 costs more.
Huawei has officially announced the Honor 6 Plus in China. Also known as the Huawei Glory 6 Plus, this new phablet sports a 5.5-inch Full HD display and is powered by Huawei's in-house developed Kirin 925 chipset. The Kirin 925 is an octa-core 32-bit SoC.
Just in time for holiday shopping spree, T-Mobile has started selling the Nexus 9 tablet with LTE connectivity. The tablet can be yours for $0 down with 24 monthly installment payments of $24.99. If you don't want a contract, you can have with for $599.76.
Qualcomm is working hard to finish development of its first 64-bit flagship chipset that will arrive next year. The Snapdragon 810 will replace the current mobile SoC king, the Snapdragon 805, and alongside performance improvements, it'll come with Cat. 9 LTE support.
Xiaomi Mi4 with international 4G LTE connectivity support will be available for purchase next week, on December 16. The original Mi4 smartphone was mostly unusable outside China, but the new FDD-LTE modem will fix that and will still work on China Unicom.
Shield Tablet LTE users have reasons to be happy as NVIDIA has just announced that Android 5.0 Lollipop update is rolling out in the US. The Android 5.0 update comes just a week after the WiFi model got the same treatment. The update is available over-the-air.
As promised, Xiaomi has announced today a new device for Indian market. The Redmi Note smartphone is available for purchase at a price of Rs 8,999, which is around $140. About 50,000 units of Xiaomi's smartphone will go on sale on Flipkart on December 2.
Samsung's latest flagship smartphone is now available in Europe. An updated version of the Galaxy S5 flagship is available for purchase on eBay Germany and a few other retailers for €537. We expect to see the Galaxy 5 Plus in other countries in the upcoming weeks.
Current ZenFone devices are using Intel processor under the hood, but as we are approaching CES 2015, details of the company's next-gen devices are coming out. According to Focus Taiwan, the new ZenFone models that will be announced in January won't use Intel chipsets.
As the DROID Turbo is rolling out around the world, Motorola is preparing to launch a new budget-friendly Moto G (2014) smartphone. Precisely, the company will just make a few small updates such as new 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with 4G LTE capabilities.