Verizon CEO Says 3 to 5 LTE Phones Within a Year
Speaking recently to investors, Verizon Wireless CEO Lowell McAdam said that it will offer three to five Long Term Evolution phones by May 2011. McAdam didn't name the manufacturers that would be behind this phones, but did mention, "I'd say all the major manufacturers we're talking to today are making the transition to LTE." McAdam also named Motorola, Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics as companies that would supply LTE-based tablet devices by the year's end. Verizon Wireless plans to launch its LTE network in 25 to 30 markets by the end of the year — including New York — covering 100 million people.
Aug 31, 2018
Motorola today announced the Motorola One and Motorola One Power, two inexpensive phones that run the Android One platform. Motorola says these phones will be among the first to be updated to Android 9 Pie, and will receive security/feature updates for three years.
Jun 8, 2018
Verizon Communications today said long-serving Lowell McAdam will vacate his position as CEO on August 1. He will remain with the company as Executive Chairman of the Board through the end of the year, and then transition to a Non-executive Chairman role in 2019.
Dec 12, 2017
Synaptics today said of the five largest phone manufacturers in the world has agreed to use its Clear ID FS9500 optical, in-display fingerprint sensor. The FS9500 can scan fingerprints through the full thickness of smartphone cover glass, which means device makers can create sleek, button-free designs and still include a fingerprint reader on the front.
May 15, 2018
Verizon Wireless CEO Lowell McAdam today indicated that Los Angeles will be one of the carrier's first 5G markets, and that it will launch during the fourth quarter of the year. 5G is "a lot closer than people think," said McAdam.
Nov 14, 2016
Samsung today announced the pending launch of Samsung Rewards, a loyalty program for its Samsung Pay mobile payment service. Moving forward, people who sign up for Samsung Rewards will be able to earn points with Samsung when they use Samsung Pay to pay for goods and services.
Clearwire if the only company that is developing the LTE???
they did not LTE until 2012
If its not.
Verizon will do it by itself.
Clear is developing WiMax with the idea of transitioning to LTE at a later date.
LTE is going to be supported by Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile (Amoungst others as well).
LTE seems to be spear-headed by Verizon since they will be the first to really build a ...
Smoke and Mirrors
Verizon IPHONE on its way!
Apple has a 5yr contract w/ATT.
CDMA phone order (If true) could be for other countries (USA isn't the *ONLY* CDMA user).
Verizon Advertiser working on iPhone Adverts (if true), could be the advertiser working on adverts for non-usa cdma iPhones (if they e...
Seems to me...
this is just Verizon's way of trying to take wind out of the the sails of Sprint's EVO launch, just like they did with the Pre. Not that I would do diff. in Verizon's shoes, it makes sense from a business perspecti
Sprint & Verizon are leaving ATT in the dust! ! !
2) Verizon and Sprint's 3G networks are basically at the end-of-the-road in terms of speed. AT&T's isn't.
3) Ask your mom how she'll feel about an additional $20.00/month to access the very l...
Can't have a phone without the network.
They are working both ends.
It's gotta start somewhere.
LTE will be capped and expensive..
Pretty much like Nazi propaganda.. If you tell someone how something is over and over and over they will eventually believe it and react to it.. Remember the egg commercials? They said how bad it is and they saw it was hurting the farming community they re-release the commercials again saying how great eggs are for you.. lol...
Kind of like what you're doing with the above post.
Every company has a cap on their 3g aircards now
EVO 4G on its way to VZW???
Chances are the first device will have whatever is the fastest processor available at the time.
how much will the LTE plans be?
Switch A Roo from End of 2010 to Now Within a Year
Solution for Voice...?
Voice is trancoded into 1's and 0's and sent thru the tubes?
Once voice is all digital, then voice and data is a non-issue - voice IS data.