The Nexus 9 LTE is finally available! T-Mobile is the first place to buy it in the world. The tablet will cost $599.76 full retail, or $0 down/$24.99 over 2 years.
T-Mobile has announced that the 32GB HTC/Google Nexus 9 LTE will launch early December. It’s not clear yet as to the color options or supply to be stocked.
Qualcomm has announced its 5th-gen multimode modem, capable of Cat10 LTE download speeds of 450Mbps.
Ericsson has just released its latest Mobility Report indicating 2014 was a big year for smartphones, and the future is going to be even bigger!
The LG F60 is a mid-range 4.5 inch smartphone with 4G LTE connectivity.
Those who want a little more from their NVIDIA Shield Tablet can now pre-order the 32 GB, LTE version. It is the same powerful device, only better.
Personal preferences play the most important role in choosing the right device, but this doesn’t mean we don’t collectively tend to prefer certain features or factors over others.
It may come as surprise that ZTE has consistently ranked as high as the fourth largest smartphone manufacturer for global volume and device shipments, and is a major contributor to the 3G and LTE (4G) standards that we enjoy today. What’s next?
We have reports that Samsung will not wait for IFA in September to launch their latest monster phone, the Galaxy Note 4. Instead, they are expected to launch early in an effort to combat the pending Apple phone releases, also expected in September.
Recently, Verizon CFO Fran Shammo mentioned that their upgraded multicast wireless video capabilities will be commercially available in 2015. According to Light Reading, Shammo... is quoted as stating that Verizon will start to embed multicast chips in handsets by the end of 2014 while the LTE network will be ready in 2015.
Shammo went on to explain the difference between 4...