Verizon Wireless Road-Map Leaked

Posted: Aug 9 2010, 10:16am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 12 2010, 8:49am CDT, in Rumors | Rumors

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Details of Big Red's plans for the near future have leaked out to BGR. Among other things, they mention a new handset named the Droid Pro, due out in November. It is said to pack a 1.3 GHz processor, 4" display, and global roaming. There is also a Moto-made slab-type smartphone, which will have global roaming as well as Android 2.2. Expect global Android handsets from Samsung and HTC too.

Samsung also has a 7" Android tablet with a front-facing tablet in the future. Motorola is working on a 10" tablet, and both devices will sport 1 GHz or 1.3 GHz processors, a front-facing camera, and Android 3.0. Moto's device will launch in December or (more likely) February 2011.

Big Red hopes to have 75% of the US covered by their 4G LTE network by April of 2012. January or February will see the launch of a Novatel LTE MiFi hotspot device that can handle as many as ten users at once. LTE data pricing is said to be staying at $59.99/month, with no word yet as to the cap or lack thereof.

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