At Least 3 New 4G LTE Devices Launching on Sprint in 2012
Hot off the press at CES 2012 is Sprint’s announcement of their first 4G LTE devices. The announcement rings in 3 devices that should please the masses. Sprint customers can finally stop wondering if the Galaxy Nexus will make an appearance, although the lack of an ETA may put a damper on some of those emotions. The LG Viper is touting its “green” state of mind with eco-friendly technology. Last but not least is the addition of a “tri-network hotspot” which can do 3G, 4G(WiMAX) and 4G LTE. The Sierra Wireless hotspot also benefits from an SD card slot to help share files for presentations and such.
Robust Features at 4G LTE SpeedsPairing the beauty of Samsung hardware with a pure Google experience, Galaxy Nexus on Sprint is built on Android™ 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich. Ice Cream Sandwich brings an entirely new look and feel to Android. It has a redesigned user interface with improved multi-tasking, notifications, Wi-Fi hotspot, NFC support and a full web browsing experience. Galaxy Nexus features software navigation buttons, a first for Android smartphones. The lock screen, home screen, phone app and everything in between has been rethought and redesigned to make Android simple, beautiful and useful.Ice Cream Sandwich introduces innovations such as Face Unlock, which uses facial recognition to unlock your phone. Using NFC (Near Field Communications) technology, Android Beam allows users to quickly share web pages, apps and YouTube™ videos with friends by simply tapping phones together. Users can even video chat with up to 10 friends with Google+ Hangouts for mobile. Galaxy Nexus will also be Sprint’s second smartphone enabled with NFC supporting Google Wallet, enabling the phone to be used like a wallet to make safe, secure purchases at hundreds of thousands of participating retailers.
Green without Compromising SpeedLG Viper 4G LTE brings customers the benefit of eco-friendly features without missing out on speed or the latest technology. Initial eco-friendly features include a charger with a no-load consumption rating of .03W, which exceeds the EC Code of Conduct on energy efficiency and the casing is made of 35 percent recycled plastics. Additional details will be provided closer to availability.
Hotspot Combines 4G LTE, 4G WiMAX and 3GSprint expands its mobile broadband portfolio with its first 4G LTE mobile broadband device, Sierra Wireless™ Tri-Network Hotspot. It will be the first tri-network (3G, 4G and 4G LTE) mobile hotspot and will easily allow families, small businesses and traveling co-workers to share their high-speed connection.
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