A couple of months ago it was rumored that the next generation iPhone might have LTE-A support. A new announcement from Germany’s Deutsche Telekom has fueled the rumors of LTE-A support for iPhone 5S.
Samsung continues its selling streak, despite introducing nearly a dozen models of a single phone, with their most recent Galaxy S4 iteration, the Galaxy S4 LTE Advanced model powered by the Snapdragon 800 SoC and being sold exclusively in Korea.
Apple’s next-generation iPhone 5S has finally entered into mass production, reports Chinese publication Expreview. The report also lists down a few of the confirmed Apple iPhone 5S internal specifications, and they aren’t as impressive as you’d hope for them to be.
D-Day is approaching fast for LG, who will probably look to introduce the company’s next flagship, the G2, on August 7 in New York. I know, you must be a little confused by LG’s haste to already rehash the Optimus G Pro, only the G2 should be much more than a rehash.
Rumor has it that Apple’s next generation smartphone, the iPhone 5S, will have support for LTE-Advanced, a standard that offers double speeds as compared to the current 4G LTE standard.
T-Mobile thinks it will be able to roll out its own LTE-Advanced network by year’s end, but not many will be able to enjoy LTE-A’s blazing speed.
Yet another variant of the Samsung Galaxy S4 gets revealed. Unlike the others, this one comes in the same dimensions and specifications save for one little aspect, the chipset.
The Galaxy S4 is getting yet another variant known as the LTE-A and the specs will surely make your new Galaxy S4 feel at least somewhat old.
Today’s LTE networks in the US barely live up to the original parameters that were set of this standard. LTE Advanced hopes to change that, and Samsung will be ready for this change with the world’s first 4G LTE-A compatible phone, a Galaxy S4 variant