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EE UK confirms LTE support for Samsung Galaxy S IV

13 March, 2013 | Read the news | Post your comment
EE UK confirms LTE support for Samsung Galaxy S IV - read the full textSamsung'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...


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> In reply to techlover1 @ 2013-03-13 13:32 from gxKX - click to readYou havent event seen the spec or the design!

Typically fanboy

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  • 2013-03-14 11:03
  • IaHc

> In reply to DD @ 2013-03-14 09:37 from nrGf - click to readS4 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

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 on the Octa-Core and the PHOLED screen this is not the real deal. This is just one of the prototypes flying around and we know there are a few flying around of those. He told us to trust him. We will know if he was right tonight!"


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  • 2013-03-14 09:37
  • nrGf

> In reply to Relento @ 2013-03-13 13:50 from dTgu - click to readyoutube quality is dependent on connection speeds even on EE's 3G network running HSDPA or HSPA+ or DC-HSDPA you cant stream HD, same applies for LTE on 4G EE, HQ maybe but not HD, thats a fault with the handsets though

I agree with your point though, i get unlim all on orange for 51 (25) with my discount) and I can easily pickup ~10mb on HSPA in most areas, going up to 25-40mb on the 1800mhz spectrum in a strong LTE area, don't forget they do a bill credited tariff at 61 which offers 20gb of data. Unless your torrenting blu ray rips then using 110gb P/M alone is BS

source: i work for them :)

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  • 2013-03-14 03:16
  • 32KY

wonda y yall been calling what samsung calls "The next galaxy" samsung galaxy all d ads,pics n tweets samsung has been realing all dry say is next galaxy and not next galaxy s
just a tot

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  • 2013-03-13 15:57
  • ftV7

> In reply to Marshivne maroti @ 2013-03-13 12:26 from uvmK - click to readthere is no 4G LTE connection in india... its TD-LTE working on bandwidth above 2100Mhz usually in dongles, data cards n broadbands only from airtel n bsnl while LTE in smartphones need 1800 Mhz of bandwidth... the work is in progress n they've planned to launch it in late Q3 but as u know everything takes more time in india so i think u will see 4G here after 2-3 yrs...

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  • 2013-03-13 15:29
  • U{@x

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-03-13 13:51 from 0nqd - click to readThe phone is 2G-3G and 4G compatible so there will be only one version for that anyway. Don't worry.

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  • 2013-03-13 14:36
  • IaXq

There is only 1 network in the UK that offers 4G so they will have to make a non LTE version or they will lose alot of money in the UK

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  • 2013-03-13 13:51
  • 0nqd

Very nice speeds but I have unlimited data on the Full Month package which allows me to switch on every and any data service provided by the Samsung Galaxy SIII & to also watch & stream youtube for as long as I like and when I like.

I checked my data usage last month and it was 110 GB mostly used for watching HD YouTube videos. The maximum data allowance on EE's 4G service is 8GB for something like £56 which is approximately £10 more than my unlimited data Full Month tariff. Using my HSDPA on my phone when using YouTube, the experience I have is once youtube has buffered a few seconds then it starts playing immediately, so I wait a few seconds and then HD content starts, or the video starts immediately if I choose anything lower than HD.

For this reason I don't see any valid reason for someone like me who uses youtube frequently to opt in for a service which is faster and may save me a few seconds in buffering each video but will be limited to 8GB per month, considering on my current tariff I am averaging 100 GB per month & also considering that a full HD video can use up more than 500 MB for per half hour of duration.

The ratio of speed versus unlimited data isn't comfortable for me and so I am happy to stay on Full Monty at this time.

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  • 2013-03-13 13:50
  • dTgu

Samsung galaxy s4 must be the greatest smartphone ever made! ( In all aspects, hardware and software ), and without any limitation! .even in networks! , and so we are all enthusiastically waiting for it! !!!!!!

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  • 2013-03-13 13:32
  • gxKX

It's nice to know this will be 4G ready but for me it's can;t really be much of a consideration in the UK yet. The amount of money that EE demands for 4G connectivity is a complete joke. Also on more than one occasion the speeds I've seen so far from trying it in shops and from my friends have sometimes been slower than what I've achieved on 3G. Ridiculous situation.

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  • 2013-03-13 13:16
  • nG}0

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-03-13 11:48 from IV8U - click to readyea it is almost suicidal to think of any flagship coming out without LTE/4G now, as most countries world wide have at least some sort of LTE, well the bigger markets usually do exept a few examples, but they are almost connected

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  • 2013-03-13 12:45
  • 3xqa

I am also attract towards samsung mobile. Can samsun announce s4 with 4g network in india also

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  • 2013-03-13 12:26
  • uvmK

I'm waiting for this mobile. N I love Samsung brands only

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  • 2013-03-13 11:48
  • Xuj1

> In reply to The Fiend @ 2013-03-13 11:11 from tUcQ - click to readAgreed, 2013 flagship without LTE support r doomed, my county using LTE 2600Mhz Nokia 920 & Sony Xperia Z is already compatible with it, if Samsung bring in S4 without LTE, then they r gone case for sure.

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  • 2013-03-13 11:48
  • IV8U

> In reply to The Fiend @ 2013-03-13 11:11 from tUcQ - click to readand this technology is from samsung and not from crapple thieves and you are expecting that on your iAluminumtrash

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  • 2013-03-13 11:25
  • AL8g

Since orange has become EE my data service is totaly useless, it shows I have H but hardly never loads any web pages or takes ages as if its actually G

4G is to expensive and you'll only end up using more data quicker as its quicker streaming.

just make sure the S4 has a decent build quality, if not im definitely not buying another samsung and I was a fan of samsung since the first Galaxy.

The S3 is a good phone but the build quality is ridiculous

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  • 2013-03-13 11:20
  • dSZB

Great LTE feature Samsung! Love Samsung for putting LTE in S4!

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  • 2013-03-13 11:13
  • IaHc

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