LAS VEGAS--MetroPCS leaped ahead two of its larger rivals today when it announced that it would introduce 4G LTE networks in the second half of this year. The network, which will come first to Las Vegas, will run on a Samsung-powered infrastructure. Sammy also will provide Metro PCS's first LTE phone, the SCH-r900.
Samsung didn't reveal any details about the SCH-r900, but we know that it will run support CDMA and LTE. Metro PCS's remains light on smartphones so we don't expect the SCH-r900 to go that route. Previous Metro PCS Samsung handsets include the touch-screen
The announcement puts MetroPCS ahead of AT&T and T-Mobile in CTIA and announced additional WiMax markets.. AT&T is not expected to introduce LTE until next year, and T-Mobile . Verizon, on the other hand, will introduce 25 to 30 LTE markets this year, whereas Sprint at
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