Google released the Android N Developer Preview a couple of days ago, with support for most of the Nexus smartphones and tablets that you might expect it to. What may surprise you is that the Android N Developer Preview also supports an Android One handset, in the form of the General Mobile 4G. Read more
The UK carrier, EE, has just launched a new 7-inch tablet called the Robin, featuring 4G connectivity and aimed at the kids section of the market. The Robin could well find its way to a few Christmas stockings this year in the UK, so let’s see what it brings to the table.
Vodafone has just launched the Smart Speed smartphone, a 4G capable handset aimed squarely at the budget-conscious consumer. The 4.5-inch Smart Speed runs Android 5.1 Lollipop and will retail for £50 on Pay As You Go. Read more
Three has just announced it has begun to roll out its 4G Super-Voice technology in the UK making it easier for customers to make calls, send texts or go online in places that had previously had poor or no signal reception at all. While Three is calling the technology 4G Super-Voice, US readers may be more familiar with it under the VoLTE moniker. Read more
Don’t get too excited about the prospect of 5G technology coming at your disposal anytime soon, AT&T Mobility chief Glenn Lurie cautioned technology enthusiasts, adding that the fifth generation wireless technology was still years away from taking its final shape.
60-year-old farmer Richard Guy has been experiencing slow internet speeds at home for years. After noticing that his mobile’s 4G internet connectivity was faster than the broadband connection provided by BT, he decided to built his own wooden telephone mast and attached a 4G adaptor to it. He now experiences perfect high-speed internet. Read more
The UK carrier, EE, has expanded its range of Harrier branded devices with the release of its Harrier Tab that features Android 5.1 firmware, 4G connectivity, a full HD display and a Qualcomm Octa-core processor. We have the list of specifications and press release after the break. Read more
Hoping to compete in the action camera space currently dominated by GoPro, U.K. wireless carrier EE announced today the launch of the 4GEE Action Cam, the world’s first action cam with 4G technology built-in. To capitalize on the built-in connectivity, EE has built-in support for live streaming of video being captured by the device using the skeegle platform. The 4GEE Action Cam is the first of several 4G devices EE plans to launch as part of a new EE Connected Strategy. Read more
Whilst it’s waiting on approval for its £12.5 billion acquisition of EE, BT has decided to take full advantage of the 4G masts it will soon acquire by launching its own SIM-only LTE service in the UK.
We’ve heard tons of rumors suggesting that an LTE-enabled variant of the Moto G (2014) is just around the corner for sometime now, and earlier today Motorola made the speculation a reality by announcing that the handset is now available to purchase with a price tag of $346 from the company’s Brazilian online store.