Verizon Wireless, wireless carrier which is one of the pioneer in making a switch to the world’s first large scale 4G LTE network as well as unveiling devices, offering connectivity to its customers, would be releasing the very first Android LTE smartphone.
A close source revealed that the wireless carrier would showcase the Android LTE smartphone at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2011 which kicks off in January. No sooner than the event, we would be able to hear details on the Android-based devices that add up with the LTE network.
Update: Seems like things are turning the right way as the source revealed. Verizon Wireless tweeted:
While Verizon Wireless tweeted on some LTE details, it did not provide any data whether the event would unveil only handsets or various LTE supported devices. Some even eye the upcoming Motorola Honeycomb Tablet PC packed with the LTE connectivity.
On one hand when we got to hear about the upcoming Android device, no word was available from the company, on the details of the manufacturer.