Verizon readying four 4G LTE smartphones for global use

Verizon readying four 4G LTE smartphones for global use

Verizon today announced that four of their 4G LTE Android smartphones will soon see software updates which enable world roaming. Expected “this summer”, the update will allow users to take their handset to more than 200 countries and use phone (220) and data (205) capabilities.  The smartphones expected to pick up the software include three Motorola models and one HTC model.

This summer, Verizon Wireless will be updating the following 4G LTE smartphones for global use.
HTC Rezound
DROID RAZR by Motorola
DROID RAZR MAXX by Motorola
DROID 4 by Motorola

Customers will see a notification on their device when the software update is available for their device. After the software update, customers will be able to take their smartphone overseas and use voice service in more than 220 countries and receive data in more than 205 countries.

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  1. Guest
    May 24, 09:29 Reply

    Sure would be nice if the headline said “this is just a software update to existing phones”… and *NOT* “Verizon is reading four 4G LTE smartphones”.
     

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