Verizon issued a statement to explain why the LTE Nexus 7 (2013) can’t be activated on its LTE network for the time being.
The LTE Galaxy Note 3 model is expected to be more energy-efficient when it comes to LTE-related power consumption, thanks to a special Qualcomm chip (an envelope tracker).
The LTE version of the Nexus 7 (2013) will launch on September 13 with O2 in the UK, with the carrier taking pre-orders for the 4G model starting with August 29. Read on for more details.
Sony is one of the more interesting companies in the mobile technology space. Despite not enjoying huge success stateside, the Xperia Z Ultra has rebooted people’s interest in their Xperia line, with it’s ginormous 6.4 inch 1080p display. When our very own Joshua Vergara reviewed the Sony Xperia Z Ultra, it was of the international variety, and wasn’t packing LTE compatibility. Thankfully, a recent spotting of Xperia Z Ultra on the FCC’s website has, for all intents and purposes, confirmed that Sony will be launching the Xperia Z Ultra on AT&T in the months ahead. Sony and AT&T have traditionally…
Samsung Electronics has announced the world’s first commercial devices capable of seamless handover between TDD-LTE and FDD-LTE, which should vastly improve LTE roaming experiences for consumers.
After the mention of LTE support for the European versions of the Nexus 7 (2013) was removed from Google’s website over the weekend, the reference is now present again.
T-Mobile subscribers who own the Nexus 4 can enable LTE connectivity by following the relatively simple instructions provided by a Reddit user.
An executive told the press that T-Mobile is preparing to roll out “LTE-Advanced features” by the end of 2013. Most likely, T-Mobile will enable just a few of the many technologies that make up the LTE-Advanced standard.
According to FCC documentation the Asus K009 (the GSM version of the new Nexus 7) comes with 4G LTE support for Verizon, AT&T and Sprint.
The US may have the largest LTE coverage, but mobilizing such a network elsewhere only requires a lot of dedication. Much like we saw with 3G coverage, if Europe were to get serious and widely adopt the technology, it would be a multi-pronged effort.