HTC Amaze 4G and Samsung Galaxy S II are both available right now at T-Mobile. Before you run down to your nearest T-Mobile store or head to the online shop and pick one up, we figured you'd like a little hardware comparison video showing off the goods both phones have to offer. Today I present you with a quick little Amaze 4G vs Galaxy S II hardware comparison video, check it and all the pictures out below.
Long Term Evolution network only covers five cities in the United States so far, and no AT&T phones operate with LTE radios. PC Mag got a rare response to their inquiries on the full nationwide rollout, and there's some juicy information for AT&T Android users in the pipe. The first AT&T LTE phone will be released this year, though the carrier didn't say from which manufacturer or which operating system it would use.
myTouch and myTouch Q from LG lately and it was only a matter of time until they started leaking to the wild, and today is the day. We now have a few photos of the myTouch by LG spotted in the wild hanging out, and they aren't even all that blurrycam style either. Officially announced last week both devices should be available on T-Mobile before the holidays, check out the pictures below.
LTE network is already the largest true 4g network in the country (sorry, AT&T and T-Mobile, HSPA+ doesn't really count) and now it's getting a little bigger. The carrier issued a press release highlighting its latest rollout plans, including more than twenty new LTE markets for November 17th. Verizon is focusing its efforts on intermediate cities like Little Rock, Arkansas and Cedar Rapids, Iowa, now that most of the largest cities in the country are well-covered.
Samsung Galaxy S II. With its awesome 4.52" AMOLED display, 1.5 GHz dual-core processor it surely will rule the T-Mobile streets for a few weeks. This being the third Galaxy S II available in the US -- first being the Epic 4G Touch, second being the AT&T Galaxy S II I'm excited to show everyone this top contender for Galaxy S II supremacy so check out our unboxing video and pictures below.
HTC Amaze 4G from T-Mobile to look over with everyone. We've seen plenty of this phone recently and most should know plenty about this new flagship level smartphone for T-Mobile. Below you can find a few quick details, photos and a detailed video quickly breaking down the hardware so check it out.
officially announced the LG Optimus LTE, the handset previously known as the LU6200, packing a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 4.5-inch 1280 x 720 resolution display and 4G LTE connectivity. The high-speed smartphone - set to go on sale on South Korea's SK Telecom tomorrow, October 5 - has an 8-megapixel camera with an LED flash and HD video recording. There's also DLNA support and an HDMI output, for getting your multimedia off the smartphone either wired or wirelessly. LG is hoping you'll watch some of it on the Optimus LTE's display itself, however: the phone uses one of the company's "IPS True HD" panels which, it claims, will beat the Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE to the market and be the first such resolution panel on offer. 326ppi is not to be sniffed at, after all. What's still up in the air is availability outside of South Korea. After all, LG knows there are LTE networks in the US and elsewhere, and so we wouldn't be surprised to see broader sales after the initial roll-out this week. [via SlashGear]
hitting the FCC most likely looking just like the Verizon 4G LTE version we reviewed here. Then just last week T-Mobile confirmed it was coming soon on Twitter. Today we have a leaked calender from the inside stating October 26th for the launch date.
more than a few times, and then being spotted in the wild earlier this month it was only a matter of time until we caught it on video. Today we have not one, but two videos showing some T-Mobile 4G speedtests and more all available after the break.