Several leaked screenshots dictate that T-Mobile may be releasing a wave of new 4G LTE devices as early as March.
The tech community stumbled upon a screenshot of an alleged T-Mobile roadmap unveiling its plans for this spring. In a statement last month regarding LTE progress for the company, the company's Chief Technology Officer Neville Ray stated that LTE plans were in the works, and that T-Mobile was intending on "giving competitors'' networks a run for their money." The screenshot indicated that the devices to be released under T-Mobile are the increasingly popular BlackBerry Z10, Sonic 2.0 LTE, and Samsung Galaxy Exhibit.
T-Mobile has been in the news elsewhere recently as the Nexus 4 continues to sell out and see shipping delays. But this is still a good sign for the company that their products are going strong and have a large user base. According to some prospects, the new wave of 4G LTE devices might be available as early as the end of March. The 27th appears to be the date of release for the large majority of the devices that T-Mobile intends on rolling out, which could place the company in a very good place for the remainder of the year. No potential prices have been estimated as of yet for the devices.
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