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Six more markets receive Verizon XLTE goodness

The XLTE market is rapidly expanding in the United States. Well, at least according to Verizon as the company recently announced that they have improved the network so 4G LTE mobile connection will be faster than ever. Verizon Wireless has proudly announced that the AWS spectrum and the standard 700MHz 4G LTE spectrum will now be available for XLTE-capable devices.

South Korean carrier brings world’s fastest LTE to commercial use

The world's fastest Internet will theoretically, get even faster. South Korean telco KT Corp, which is the country's largest, has just announced that they will be commercializing their fastest mobile network, which will be called the Giga LTE. It uses the current LTE network, which is considered to be one of, if not the, fastest in the world and combines it with Wi-Fi connections. Now if only it would be available elsewhere, we would all be happy campers.

LG Watch Urbane gets LTE, NFC, and battery variant

It isn't uncommon for companies to try and squeeze all they can from a winning product, but LG might again be going overboard just a wee bit. Just a week after it unveiled the classy LG Watch Urbane, which has still to make a public appearance at MWC 2015, it is announcing a new variant that might make you think twice about reaching for that new smartwatch. As the name suggests, the LG Watch Urbane LTE adds 4G connectivity, but it is also adding a lot more than that.

Sony Xperia E4g: the same Xperia E4, now with 4G

It hasn't even been a month since Sony unveiled the Xperia E4, a rock-solid budget smartphones, surprisingly running on MediaTek's chip, with a rock-solid two-day battery life. Now, with just a few days left before MWC 2015, Sony is once again busying itself with the device's half successor. As the name would imply, the Xperia E4g is pretty much the same Xperia E4, except for one new feature: it now has support for 4G LTE connectivity, which, when paired with the long battery life, is perfect for keeping connected always.

Cricket Wireless unveils new All In pre-paid plan

Cricket Wireless has announced a new calling plan for customers that it claims to offer the most value out there. The plan is called the All In plan and it offers users 2.5GB of high-speed data and unlimited nationwide calling and text for $35 monthly after a $5 autopay credit. That monthly amount include all taxes and fees.

ZTE SPro2 pico projector to be offered exclusively on AT&T

Have you ever been in a situation where you want to show something on your phone, whether at a business meeting or at a party, but your device's screen will not do justice to the picture or video you want to share? This particular dilemma has been solved with the advent of pico projectors, and the ZTE SPro2 is the latest to join the party and it will be offered exclusively by AT&T.

ZTE continues push for US entry-level market with Imperial II

A lesser known fact about ZTE is that it is in fact the fourth largest smartphone manufacturer in the US market, mostly due to its entry level phones in the off-contract market. The China-based smartphone manufacturer now looks to consolidate its market share with the Imperial II smartphone, an entry-level device LTE-capable device.

Xiaomi launches Redmi 2, an improved entry-level smartphone

Usually, it is Xiaomi’s flagship devices that get all the attention – as well they should. But if we’re going to be straight about it, it was the Redmi – the Chinese manufacturer’s budget phone – that accounted for most of their per unit sales last year. Now Xiaomi is back with a better, much improved Redmi 2.

New Moto G coming to Brazil with LTE, bigger battery

No official announcement has been made yet but a new Moto G could be available in Brazil. Some information was spotted on the Brazilian website of Motorola bearing an LTE connectivity. But that's not the only feature that will impress the people because the LTE G is said to be getting a 2390mAh battery. That's larger than the 2070mAh battery of the standard Moto G smartphone which recently received an Android 5.0 Lollipop update earlier this month.
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