Viper 4G LTE | LG
Some Sprint customers are getting access to the carrier's new LTE network in Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Kansas City, and Atlanta a day before its official launch.
PC Magazine tested Sprint's new LTE network, and while it beats the company's own 3G and T-Mobile's HSPA+ networks, it isn't as fast as Verizon and AT&T's offerings.
We took the LG Viper for a spin at CES, and Sprint has just announced that its first LTE phone will be due out later this month for $99.99 — which could be as soon as April 15th if rumors are to be expected.
An anonymous Walmart employee has sent us an internal document stating that Sprint's Galaxy Nexus LTE will launch on April 22nd at Sam's Club — a Walmart-run big box store. The document doesn't reveal how much it'll cost, but it does appear to be a legitimate internal document.
We've gotten hands-on pictures with Sprint's new LTE devices at CES 2012: the Galaxy Nexus, the LG Viper, and the Tri-Network Hotspot from Sierra Wireless.
Sprint has just announced its LTE launch strategy today: along with the Galaxy Nexus, Sprint will also carry the LG Viper and Sierra Wireless Tri-Network Hotspot.