AT&T cleared the 400 market milestone earlier in the month and it looks like they have recently flipped the 4G LTE switch for a handful of new markets. And in addition to some new coverage, AT&T also detailed some expansions for previously covered markets. The new coverage deals with Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Texas and Washington and the expansions deal with Georgia and Minnesota.
Nexus 7 tablet this afternoon. After over a month of waiting and wondering about the 4G LTE version of their new tablet, we can now confirm the 32GB 4G LTE new Nexus 7 is available today, right this moment. Google just dropped the news on their +Nexus channel.
AT&T has come forward with details on the latest 4G LTE expansions. This time around we are seeing several new markets that have gone live this week. In total, new AT&T 4G LTE coverage is coming to 14 markets across 10 states. Those states include Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas and Utah.
Nexus 7 seems to be showing up everywhere, with reports of the tablet becoming available across Europe and Asia. But while the rest of the world awaits the arrival of the LTE version of the Nexus 7 next month, it seems that people from Germany and Italy will be able to get their hands on it in advance.
Google revealed that their impressive new Nexus 7 tablet would come in a 4G LTE model with 32GB of storage for only $349 many were excited, and have been desperately waiting for a release date. Currently a WiFi only model is available, but now we're hearing the LTE flavored slate will hit Japan in a few weeks, slated to arrive in mid September.
AT&T has announced the latest 4G LTE expansion news. Except this time around we aren't seeing any markets that are getting coverage today. Instead this time around they are getting a look at the markets that will be getting coverage throughout the remainder of the year. And in addition, AT&T also provided a status update in terms of where things stand at the moment.
Pantech has just announced a new smartphone that supports South Korea's newly installed LTE-Advanced network. But more than just blazing data speeds, the new Pantech Vega LTE-A IM-A880S boasts of a fingerprint reader and touch sensor at the back of the device.