Senior Editor Molly McLaughlin of ConsumerSearch.com breaks down the hottest 4G phones for 2011 and gives us a better understanding of the current battle between WiMAX, LTE and HSPA+.
What are the best 4G cell phones currently on the market? How do 4G speeds stack up by carrier? To answer these questions, we sat down with Senior Editor Molly McLaughlin of ConsumerSearch.com.
Sprint has often been a pioneering sort of company, and now they will reinforce this habit by sending their groundbreaking 4G phone, the HTC EVO 4G, to Japanese consumers.
Apple claims 2011 is the year of iPad 2. While the new tablet is faster and thinner, will its lack of 4G be a bad move?
Apple will announce its much-anticipated iPad 2 tablet tomorrow. This time, however, they will have to make due without the legendary persona of Steve Jobs, who is out on medical leave.
At this year’s GSMA MWC (GSM Association Mobile World Congress 2011) held at the Fira de Barcelona (Barcelona, Spain), Intel Corp exhibited a mosaic of momentous live technology demonstrations at their Hall 8 pavilion. Inside the pavilion there were several booths including Intel’s “Better Connected” booth which featured WiMAX and LTE demonstrations.
Sprint users who were disappointed by the company’s somewhat anticlimactic February 7th event announcing the release of the Kyocera Echo can now begin to pre-order the HTC Arrive, the first Windows 7 phone on Sprint’s network. But why no 4G?
The world is buzzing with new techno-savvy gadgets that are entering the market. Could your future HTC Evo 4G work on LTE instead of WiMax?
Sprint stormed up quite a bit of speculation over their February 7th New York City event where the Kyocera Echo was released with no talk of a 4G phone.
Considered Sprint Nextel’s first true splash into Android technology, the HTC Evo Shift 4G is the latest new device to break into the 4G market, cutting in just ahead of Verizon’s first 4G Smartphone announcements.