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…
Online retailer Very.co.uk is carrying listings for the new Nexus 7 with 4G. It is quoted as having a three day delivery time. The price, £299. Is this a mistake or a genuine indicator that the 4G Nexus 7 will launch in the UK before the Wi-Fi only versions?
Pantech has just announced the VEGA LTE-A for SK Telecom in South Korea, and it boasts a 5.6-inch Full HD screen, fingerprint recognition, and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
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.
Move over EE, you’re not the only game in town anymore! Starting August 29th, O2 will be launching its 4G network in the UK, at least for lucky users in London, Leeds and Bradford.
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.
Michael Hayden, a retired four star general and the former head of the CIA and the NSA, has publicly accused the networking company of passing sensitive information about national telecommunication infrastructures to the Chinese state.
T-Mobile subscribers who own the Nexus 4 can enable LTE connectivity by following the relatively simple instructions provided by a Reddit user.
Right on schedule, EE has doubled up its 4G network speeds in 12 major cities across the UK today. Time to run some speed tests.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 managed to pass through the FCC with nary a hitch. However, its version of 4G LTE won’t work in the U.S.