T-Mobile has some massive plans, and considered one of them occurs to be an LTE network. It’s set to go stay in Las Vegas in mere weeks, cowl 100 million folks by mid 12 months, and 200 million individuals by the end of the year. These are some pretty massive numbers, but now we have faith that T-Mobile can do it. With an HSPA+ community that can attain forty two mbps, we doubt T-Mobile clients have been sad with information speeds, however LTE is certainly an improvement everyone (who has a new phone) can appreciate.
Speaking of which, T-Mobile is planning to release a brand new Galaxy S III packing LTE radios. It’ll most likely be the Exynos version too, for the reason that Galaxy S III LTE is out in Europe. This may deliver up some patrons regret in some folks, as the device is simply about half a 12 months previous, but that’s how the tech world works. We don’t know when the machine might be released, however understanding that LTE is coming so quick, it must be very soon.
And if you happen to’re a Galaxy Be aware II owner, you'll not have to undergo the identical ordeal. As we reported earlier, the T-Mobile Galaxy Note II has dormant LTE radios. While the S III has a Qualcomm chipset that seems to only support HSPA+, the Exynos chipset within the Observe II, with the separate LTE radio, has help for both. And T-Mobile has said that these LTE radios will probably be enabled via a small update. That ought to make loads of Note II owners happy. So what do you guys think of this? Is T-Mobile’s LTE network a step in the suitable direction? As a Galaxy S III owner, are you upset? Tell us within the feedback