Well, well, well. This upcoming CES sure will be interesting from a mobile industry standpoint. Verizon has tweeted today that it will be showcasing LTE Android devices on January 6, during CES.
Now we have known for a while that Verizon plans to have some phones to sell for that nice new LTE network of theirs which has just launched. Also, there were rumors that one of the first such devices will be from HTC.
But nothing was confirmed. Now it’s clear that we’ll see the first LTE Android phones in a couple of weeks. Of course, it’s still unclear when those will actually hit the market, but it is in Verizon’s interest to make that “as soon as possible after the official announcement”.
We’ll keep you posted.
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