Windows Phone 7 Is Already Prepared For 4G LTE And WiMAX Networks

Posted: Oct 11 2010, 1:14am CDT | by , in Rumors | Windows Phone 7

Windows Phone 7 is already prepared for 4G LTE and WiMAX Networks
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Microsoft is unveiling the first line-up of Windows Phone 7 devices today in world-wide launch events. You will be able to watch the main event in New York live via a streaming video webcast at 9:30am EDT. Microsoft already started to publish new content for the new Windows Phones on their site. We reported yesterday for instance about the first featured WP7 apps.

WMPowerUser discovered in the Windows Phone 7 support pages that Microsoft already has the network icons for 4G WiMAX and LTE listed. I could imagine that Microsoft will be very aggressive in releasing new Windows Phone 7 devices next year. As they work with many hardware partners Windows Phone 7 will faster adopt 4G networks than the Apple iPhone will. Windows Phone 7 will pretty soon compete with Android in the fast growing LTE and other 4G networks. More breaking Windows Phone 7 News.

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