Nexus S is one of the best Android devices available in the market, and it offers the “Pure Google” experience. It’s currently available in all the major countries in the world, and also available in USA via T-Mobile. Last month, Sprint officially announced the Nexus S 4G which is just like the original Nexus S, only difference is that it comes with 4G connectivity a.k.a WiMax. Now Sprint has officially announced the price and release date of Nexus S 4G. Continue reading “Nexus S 4G price and release date announced for Sprint”
Sprint CEO Dan Hesse was talking to the Financial Times, while giving the interview, Dan Hesse said that “We have the spectrum resources where we could add LTE if we choose to do that, on top of the WiMAX network. The beauty of having a lot of spectrum is we have a lot of flexibility.” That means that Sprint is also considering on LTE, not only on 4G (WiMax). There is no doubt in it that LTE is more faster than WiMax. Sprint WiMax partner, Clearwire also said that LTE is a possibility in the future. Continue reading “Sprint considering on LTE and T-Mobile merger”
Recently HTC launched 2 new handsets, Droid Incredible on Verizon and HTC EVO 4G on Sprint. Both phones are very good and both devices are current flagship devices of their carriers. But both phones are facing a problem, and it’s “shortage”. If you go to any Verizon store near you, you will not be able to buy the Droid Incredible from the store because of the shortage, but Verizon made a smart move and people who pre-ordered the Droid Incredible will get a Droid X, which is coming out on July 15. Continue reading “Sprint facing EVO 4G shortage, launches 4G coverage in 7 new cities!”
HTC recently unveiled the photos of the HTC T8290 that will be supposedly WiMAX enabled. Although the handset looks like the HTC Touch HD, the WiMAX capability is a defining feature.
Specs known so far:
– 3.8-inch WVGA 800×480 LCD display
– WiMAX & WiFi (802.11g)
– Bluetooth 2.0 Continue reading “HTC T8290 WiMAX – handset of the future”
Last week, Craig Mathias wrote a piece on 802.21, a convergence standard promoted by the likes of InterDigital (IDCC) and Intel (INTC). The people at 9to5 Mac immediately saw the iPhone connection, and hatched what I thought was a highly speculative story. That Apple (AAPL) will push this yet official standard to include WiMAX into its impending 3G iPhone, based on convenient interpretation of a series of events, is the work of a very creative mind.
Cell phone giant, Motorola has announced its purchase of a privately held software company, by the name of Wireless Valley Communications
Cell phone giant, Motorola has announced its purchase of a privately held software company, by the name of Wireless Valley Communications.
The Texas-based Wireless Valley creates software for designing and managing Wi-Fi, WiMAX, and cellular wireless networks, as well as mesh networking solutions.
The company will now operate under Motorola?s enterprise division. It?s products will be marketed through several existing Motorola channels, including those targeted towards government and public safety organizations.