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Nokia to Have LTE Devices By 2010

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Mar 5, 2009, 8:02 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Speaking in an industry event, James Harper, senior manager of technology marketing at Nokia, said that the company is moving forward with Long Term Evolution as its preferred radio technology. Nokia will have LTE-enabled devices in the market by 2010, in conjunction with the first wave of LTE networks that are set to go live in that time frame. Harper did not expand on exactly what types of devices it would make.

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Mar 5, 2009, 3:59 PM

Verizon and Nokia?

Is there a chance Nokia might be brewing up some LTE love for Verizon? The timing seems kind of convenient. Besides, what of Nokia's talks about "expanding in the US"? I see two run of the mill flip phones on Verizon...

Nokia has always had a rough time with the carriers in the US as they are used to pushing around Vodaphone, Orange, etc. The carriers in the US have made it clear they are the ones defining the market (at least for now).

If you want to make inroads into the US now is the time, Nokia, show us something revolutionary. Remind us why you are number 1 in world market share.
Another story about this, a story is about as far as this will go.
http://nokiaexperts.com/nokia-verizon-rule-4g-lte-ma ... »

Mar 5, 2009, 1:27 PM


Question for phonescoop... Are you going with LTE also?
what do you mean?
phonescoop is not a carrier or a phone manufacturer..
Clearwire just announced yesterday that 8 more cities will be up and running WiMax by the end of this year and 5 more in 2010. They also stressed the economy may delay some of the rollout. But currently, they are aggressively proceeding with WiMax and...
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