Clear: No WiMax Smartphones Until End of 2010
Jan 7, 2010, 7:51 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Today Clear said in an interview with Phone Scoop that it does not expect any WiMax-equipped smartphones to hit the market until the very end of 2010. Clear believes that 2011 will see more WiMax phones become available. Clear would not say what hardware or software vendors it is pursuing to bring a smartphone to market. It did indicate that any phone-type device that has mobile WiMax on board would use either a VoIP application or Sprint's CDMA network for voice calls.
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