We’ve also heard Nokia intends to release LTE handsets in 2010, and, with Verizon and MetroPCS planning to roll-out LTE networks next year, we shouldn’t be surprised if all the above-mentioned phone makers will launch their 4G handsets via these two carriers.
Taiwan-based handset producers (probably including HTC) will also come up with LTE phones, but only as early as the first half of 2011.
Being a 4G wireless technology, LTE should allow end users to enjoy data transfer speeds of up to 100Mbps via their LTE-compatible phones.
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