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Telstra has taken the covers off a new 4G mobile broadband Wi-Fi hotspot using next-generation LTE-Advanced technology, just days after Telstra partner Netgear accidentally leaked it online.
EE is switching on the "fastest 4G mobile network in the world" in London's hipster heartland, before opening up LTE-A next year.
The country's smallest mobile carrier starts rolling out its own LTE-A network, says Yonhap News.
The budget iPhone is on the way in striking colors, and iPhone 5S could get fast LTE technology, according to reports.
The LTE standard is capable of data transfer rates of 150Mbps, roughly twice as fast as the 4G LTE speeds available in the United States.
The new device could run on some of the world's fastest networks, which remain overseas for the time being.
Telstra has given mobile users a taste of the future, with announcements of its work on next-generation wireless broadband, including LTE-Advanced, LTE-Broadcast and HetNet technologies.
The device will ship internationally, but due to network constraints in the U.S., it won't be coming here for the time being.
Without even deploying an LTE network, the wireless provider is already looking ahead to move to the next-generation of LTE by 2013. Company exec today also provides more details on its 4G plans for next year, according to a report.
The partnership with Russian carrier MegaFon for a prototype network timed for the soccer competition should help pave the way to faster mobile networking than today's fourth-generation tech.