AT&T - first carrier to offer LTE Windows Phones

AT&T - first carrier to offer LTE Windows Phones
During AT&T's CES Press conference, Microsoft's CEO Steve Ballmer mentioned that AT&T will be the carrier of the first Windows Phone smartphones taking advantage of 4G LTE network. The first model to become available will be HTC Titan II - the successor of the high-end model will now feature 16-megapixel camera. However, HTC will not be alone. Nokia's CEO Stephen Elop announced that Nokia LTE Windows Phones are also coming to AT&T. He didn't give more details, but they will be available later in the day - Nokia's press event starts at 3pm PST. We expect nothing else than Nokia Lumia 900.  

So, the CEOs just teased us, but left the real announcements for later, when the manufacturers will reveal the devices on their own. Stay tuned! We'll cover each interesting phone in a separate news story.


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