UK’s first 4G LTE network EE (formerly known as Everything Everywhere) will release their first smartphones that will run under this new “Super-Fast” network. One of the first 4G LTE ready smartphones is Samsung’s latest flagship, the Galaxy S3 LTE.
According to them, over the next few weeks, EE’s 4G network will gradually rollout all over the UK. If you on the other hand is still using an older smartphone, you can now start getting 4G LTE handsets in the likes of Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE; HTC One XL; Huawei Ascend P2 LTE; and more. This said list will be joined by the iPhone 5. The iPhone 5 was recently launched and yet it comes in with 4G LTE radio and is said to work on E’s 4G network in UK. Nokia will also be joining the list of mobile phone makers with 4G LTE. Yes, much awaited Windows Phone 8 smartphones by Nokia in the likes of the Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 will soon be available.
The network may still be in the process of launching but if you can’t simply wait for it then you have to arm yourself with 4G LTE handsets. You can also get them from Orange and T-Mobile on contracts. When EE network finally launches, you will then receive information and you will then be given an option to choose the 4G LTE when getting your chosen handset. But you have to keep in mind that you want the 4G LTE handsets, or else, you might end up with ordinary smartphones mentioned above.
Soon, the new Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will join the list for EE 4G LTE mobile phones. This specific Samsung device will land on October 15. The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was launched just yesterday in UK. Please note that there is still no confirmation from EE when their 4G network will officially launch. The prices and tariffs are also unavailable for now. But don’t you worry, we will keep you posted.