HSPA+ and LTE pipelines. The carrier then noted that it should have an LTE cloud covering 200 million Americans by the end of next year. The Samsung GALAXY Note II, says the statement, will not automatically support T-Mobile's LTE service when it is started, but T-Mobile says it will enlighten everyone on how and when the phablet will work on the carrier's LTE network once the network is up.
So T-Mobile customers. don't let the current lack of an LTE network deter you from purchasing the phablet with the 5.5 inch screen. It certainly sounds like the device will be riding those LTE waves once T-Mobile flicks the switch on its LTE network. Of course, they do have to start building it first.
Don't forget to check out our fresh off the griddle review of the U.S. version of the Samsung GALAXY Note II by clicking right here.
source: AnandTech, TheVerge via BGR