LG InfoComm Unveils a Trio of 1xRTT Enabled Mobile Handsets
Dec 12, 2001, 8:09 AM by (staff)
LG InfoComm today announced that it has three Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) 2000 handsets that will support 1xRTT advanced wireless networks scheduled for launch in the U.S. market. The LG TP5250, VX-1 and VX-9000 will all be capable of achieving a maximum packet data transmission of 144 kbps, or ten times the capacity of the current generation CDMA networks.
FCC Reveals Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Edge
The FCC recently published a few details about two unreleased Samsung phones that are likely the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 edge. The FCC approved the SM-G950 (S8) and SM-G955 (S8 edge) and confirmed some features shared by the handsets.
HTC One A9: First Phone To Work on Verizon Without CDMA
HTC will sell an unlocked version of its new One A9 that can be used on Verizon's LTE network, even though the phone lacks the legacy CDMA technology found in all other Verizon phones to date. That makes the One A9 the first phone announced for use with Verizon in LTE-only mode.
Moto G to Come In CDMA and GSM Variants
Motorola has revealed there will be at least two variants of the Moto G handset for the U.S. market.
MetroPCS CDMA Network Shutdown On Track for June 21
MetroPCS plans to switch off its legacy CDMA network on June 21. MetroPCS parent T-Mobile says about 190,000 customers are still using CDMA handsets in the three markets that offer CDMA coverage, down from 300,000 about a month ago.