The fall edition of the CTIA tradeshow will be held this week in San Diego. This annual event is a popular venue to unveil new smartphones, but the biggest announcement of this show has already been postponed.
One of the models apparently on the docket for the CTIA tradeshow this week is the Samsung Stratosphere. This Android smartphone will have a sliding keyboard and a large Super AMOLED touchscreen.
In a move than has been expected for months, Sprint has announced that it's going to build an LTE network to replace the WiMAX one it currently uses to offer 4G to customers. Both Verizon and AT&T also use this standard.
The HTC Holiday is shaping up to be one of the first, if not the first smartphone that can connect to AT&T's new super-fast 4G LTE network. A device matching its description has recently been approved by the FCC.
The HTC ThunderBolt was one of the last models to debut with Android OS 2.2 (Froyo), but an upgrade to OS 2.3 (Gingerbread) is finally available. Verizon made this announcement just a few minutes ago.
Verizon Wireless is adding a more affordable smartphone to its LTE 4G network, with the addition of the Pantech Breakout. Unlike Pantech's typical offerings, this is fairly advanced model with a large touchscreen.
Today is the debut of AT&T's long-awaited 4G LTE network, which will bring a significant boost to to speed this carrier can offer its wireless customers. However, there are no smartphones available at this time that support it.
The long-awaited Motorola Droid Bionic has finally been released by Verizon. Even though this smartphone was first announced in January, it still has an impressive set of features, like 4G, a qHD display, and a dual-core processor.
Verizon has officially confirmed what was previously only a rumor: the Motorola Droid Bionic is going to start reaching consumers on Thursday. This Android phone will offer an array of cutting-edge features, from 4G LTE to an 8MP camera.
Verizon will reportedly be the exclusive provider of the Samsung Droid Prime, which previous reports had called the Nexus Prime. This cutting-edge smartphone be the first with Android OS 4.0.
AT&T has committed to offering smartphones that support its upcoming 4G LTE network, and the identity of the first of these may have leaked out: the Samsung Impulse 4G.
More evidence of Apple testing an LTE-enabled iPhone and iPad has surfaced, with reports confirming that the company is preparing to support this 4G wireless data networking standard. Verizon already has an LTE network running, and AT&T will launch one soon.
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