EE UK confirms LTE support for Samsung Galaxy S IV

13 March, 2013 | Comments (21) | Post your comment

Tags: Samsung, Android

Samsung's upcoming flagship, the Galaxy S IV, is apparently set to feature support for at least one 4G LTE network, namely on the 1800MHz spectrum in the UK. This was confirmed by British carrier EE in a tweet today.

Ready for #TheNextGalaxy? http://t.co/a1tIZsT2Fs It's coming to superfast 4GEE. http://t.co/6mnBrj77FhWed Mar 13 09:11:21 via web

It's only a bit longer to go until we find out all we need to know about the device, as Samsung's Unpacked event is slated for tomorrow.

For the time being, this leaked video should hold you over.

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EE UK confirms LTE support for Samsung Galaxy S IV - reader comments

  • Anonymous

You havent event seen the spec or the design! Typically fanboy

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  • 2013-03-14 11:03
  • IaHc
  • Anonymous

S4 will have titanium finishing 8-core 16GB RAM and 128GB storage at 3GHZ weighing only 50G at 5mm thin that will bash iPhone 5 market share to less than 5%! Hahaha.

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  • 2013-03-14 11:00
  • IaHc
  • DD

Hi folks, Acoording to Sammobile which is a reliable source about Samsung phones, all the pictures and the video shown last days are from a prototype and it's NOT the real galaxy SIV. "According to our insider who gave us the first info o...

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  • 2013-03-14 09:37
  • nrGf