Sprint considering on LTE and T-Mobile merger

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”

Sprint facing EVO 4G shortage, launches 4G coverage in 7 new cities!

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!”

Motorola WX445 Android device leaked, headed to Verizon?

Folks over at Engadget got their hands on the leaked screenshot of an upcoming Motorola Android device that will hit Verizon. The phone name is unknown but it’s model number is Motorola WX445. it’s a low-end Android phone, that’s running Android 2.1 with MotoBlur, It comes with an unknown pixel camera, the touchscreen is about 2.5 or 3 inches, and it’s running on 1170mAh battery. Engadget is told that it’s not an impressive device like the Droid X or EVO 4G, it’s just a simple cheap device for casual use. Continue reading “Motorola WX445 Android device leaked, headed to Verizon?”

Verizon 4G LTE Trial in Boston

As many of you might know there is a ongoing battle between  LTE (Long Term Evolution) and WiMax which are both 4G(4th Generation) Wireless Standards . Sprint has decided to go with WiMax as their 4G standard whereas Verizon believes in LTE. Verizon Wireless is already conducting LTE trials in Boston , USA in a Pizzeria. Continue reading “Verizon 4G LTE Trial in Boston”

HTC Incredible is Official , will cost you $199.99 on a 2-year contract

The much rumored and talked about HTC Incredible is finally official as the DROID Incredible.Verizon Wireless just announced DROID Incredible by HTC which is a Android powered Smartphone designed to run on Verizon USA’s 3G Network Continue reading “HTC Incredible is Official , will cost you $199.99 on a 2-year contract”