4G networks are in the news again this week as Sprint released the HTC EVO 4G and Verizon Wireless unveiled some more details about their 4G LTE network at the CTIA 2010.
4G draws a lot of interest as carriers talk about at least 10x speed increases.
The term 4G is used widely and as an interesting report on IntoMobile points out technically undefined. There is no agreed definition yet what 4G (4th generation) is, but it is already used generously.
Besides the 4G marketing mess, IntoMobile critics the low speeds that Sprint and Verizon Wireless achieve with their 4G implementations. The clear winner for Stefan Constantinescu is actually T-Mobile with HSPA+. As reported T-Mobile HSPA+ delivers 21Mbps and will be rolled out to 100 markets this year.
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