T-Mobile® to Introduce 4G Tablets

T-Mobile, at the CES 2011, announced their plans to double the speed of their 4G network this year. In the first half of 2011, T-Mobile aims the achievements of peak download speeds of up to 21 Mbps, evolving into smart phones and  tablets in the later part of 2011 capable of delivering peak download speeds of up to 42 Mbps effectively. The T-Mobile laptop stick demonstrated at the CES 2011, gave a peek into the cutting edge download speed capability of 42 Mbps. With this, T-Mobile plans to offer unprecedented wireless experience, to all its customers, using rich media applications including creating and sharing mobile content, video conferencing, streaming video and multi-player gaming.

                                                     

Existing over 140 million American users in 25 metro areas will also benefit using their existing 3G devices for data services, as the backward compatible network enables 3G devices achieve maximum performance and speed. T-Mobile’s HSPA+ is actually appearing to be a viable and cost effective alternative to WIMAX and LTE towards a more than comparable 4G experience for the foreseeable future. The demand for smart phones and tablets with high speed data highways is the requirement of the day in America and T-Mobile with their enhanced speed capabilities promises an enriching experience on the 4G super highway.

T-Mobile announced plans and brought on offer the Dell Streak 7, a 4G tablet with peak speeds of 21 Mbps, the LG G Slate with the Android 3 Honeycomb, the Samsung Galaxy Tab and many others enroute. The Dell Streak 7 running the Android 2.2 OS, featuring a 7 inch WVGA touch screen with Gorilla glass, dual core Nvedia Tegra 2 processor at 2 GHz processing speeds also offers full Adobe Flash Player 10.1 support.

The LG G Slate will be the first 4G tablet from T-Mobile running Android 3 Honeycomb OS optimized for tablets with their 4G or pseudo – 4G experience. One can expect superb video conferencing, browsing, e-reading and fluid – streamable video.

The Samsung 4G enabled smart phone, Galaxy Tab with the 4G LTE technology on board with Android 2.2 and a 1.2 GHz Hummingbird processors another product to look out for. This will definitely transform the wireless experience and offer consumers newer ways to connect and share their lives at blazingly fast speeds. The Samsung Infuse 4G will be one more product in the basket of T-Mobile with rich multimedia and time response.

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