Sprint made an announcement today of bringing LTE connectivity to four cities and the carrier is also to introduce Google Wallet-enabled Samsung Galaxy Nexus and LG Viper.
Sprint added a simple Web page on its official site spilling more details on its earlier promised 4G LTE connectivity and the supporting devices.
The Web page of the carrier says it will be launching LTE as well as “improved 3G coverage” in Atlanta, San Antonio, Houston and Dallas in the first half of 2012.
Earlier during an investor conference Sprint CEO Dan Hesse said something similar that the carrier will be launching LTE network in ten cities by the end of this year.
For Further Reading:
- Sprint may face problem with iPhone 5 LTE support
- Sprint announces unlimited data plan with Apple’s next iPhone
- Samsung Galaxy Nexus hits Sprint stores today for $200
- Galaxy Nexus coming to Sprint on April 22 for $200
- Sprint Stock Sinks Even After The Availability Of iPhone
- Will it be the year of Ultrabooks?
- Samsung Galaxy Nexus Launching In Australia On Nov. 24
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