Did you know that when you upgrade your phone to your wireless providers’ 4G network, you are actually helping your wireless provider financially? Wireless providers’ 4G networks are cheaper to deliver for cellular carriers. So, why do you end up paying more for using the 4G network than on the slower 3G service?
In 1993, Verizon signed an agreement with New Jersey that provided the company with near $13 billion in subsidies and tax cuts in exchange for a promise to wire all of the state with 45 Mbps fixed-line broadband by 2010. Verizon didn’t keep its promise.
T-Mobile has announced its plans to add 4G LTE to its slower 2G network, bringing additional coverage and speed to its customers.
MediaTek’s new MT6732 mobile SoC is 64-bit and LTE compatible and is based on four ARM Cortex A53 cores.
Samsung has just announced a new smartphone, the Galaxy Core LTE, which offers up faster LTE (4G) data speeds in a mid-range handset.
In a recent Signals Research test it was determined that the Moto X outperformed several other major Android devices in terms of network connectivity performance. Keep reading for more details!
By combining three distinct spectrum bands, two of Korea’s largest carriers will be able to offer LTE download speeds of up to 300Mbps by the end of the year.
At the heart of every smartphone there is a baseband processor which contains a general purpose ARM processor and runs its own operating system. These operating systems are closed source and vulnerable to hackers.
A device described as LGE LTE Mobile Phone (LG-E960) showed up in the Bluetooth SIG database, prompting speculation that a Nexus 4 LTE is coming. However, the truth is likely less exciting.
A look at what 4G is, and the various types of current and upcoming 4G networks.