Verizon has today announced that it is now offering the LTE variant of Samsung’s latest flagship tablet, the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, on any of its 2-year data plans with a rather hefty $749 price tag. However, if you’re considering picking one up, and you don’t want to be entwined in a 2-year contract, it will only set you back an extra $100 for the privilege.
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Three U.K. has confirmed that all customers have now been switched to a 4G tariff, allowing them to connect to LTE networks where available at no extra cost. Three’s LTE coverage now spans 36 towns and cities across Britain, including London, Birmingham, Manchester, and Liverpool.
NVIDIA today announced a new Tegra Note 7 tablet with LTE connectivity, giving gamers the opportunity to get online on the go. The device has the same internal specifications as the original Tegra Note 7, including a quad-core Tegra 4 processor, 1GB of RAM, and a 7-inch LCD display with a 1280×800 resolution.
Yesterday, LG officially unveiled the G2 Mini a scaled-down variant of its flagship smartphone, the G2, which made its debut appearance back in August, 2013. Unfortunately, we haven’t seen very much of the mini, except for the press renders that were published yesterday, but, thankfully, LG is now looking to publicize its latest mid-range device and has started this process by uploading an official teaser video on its YouTube channel today.
The LG G2 mini was officially announced yesterday, although the manufacturer refrained from giving out detailed information. Today, the company has shed light on three separate versions of the smartphone that it plans to launch in various markets, including two LTE-equipped models.
The Moto G can do a lot of things for a budget smartphone. But if there’s one thing it can’t do, it is browse data using 4G LTE. However, it seems like a separate LTE variant of the smartphone is inbound according to a new FCC listing.
Today, Samsung Poland officially announced the much-anticipated Galaxy Note 3 Neo as a scaled-down variant of its current flagship smartphone, the Note 3. However, much to our surprise, the new handset is available in two variants: the Neo 3G and Neo LTE+ — the + symbol signifies that the device supports LTE Cat 4, which is particularly rare on any mid-range device.
Tesco Mobile has today announced that it is giving all contract customers in the U.K. 4G LTE services at no extra cost. They will continue to pay the same price they’ve been paying for 3G, but they’ll get significantly faster speeds in 4G areas throughout the country.
The demand for 4G LTE connectivity has never been greater, so, consequently, operators are pulling out all the stops to try to fulfil the extremely high demand and Sprint Corporation is no exception. In an effort to keep up with its competitors, Sprint announced this morning that it has launched its high-speed 4G LTE data in an additional 40 locations across the United States, bumping its networks total number of nationwide markets up to 340.
Samsung has agreed a patent licensing deal with Ericsson to end an ongoing legal dispute that began back in 2012. The South Korean company will pay royalty costs and an initial licensing fee to gain access to numerous Ericsson patents covering LTE, UMTS, and GSM network standards.