Sprint has revealed that it will launch “at least” 15 new devices next year that support its upcoming 4G LTE network. The carrier promises that there will be smartphones, tablets, and mobile hotspot devices available.
The first LTE phones will be CDMA and LTE dual-mode, though Sprint says that mobile hotspot devices will offer CDMA, WiMAX, and LTE connectivity options. Both HTC and Motorola have confirmed that they will offer smartphones and tablets for Sprint’s new network, and Motorola said that it expects to launch a CDMA-based push-to-talk phone for Sprint before the end of this year.


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