Samsung this week unveiled new versions of its Galaxy S 4 and S 4 mini that supports both of the world’s flavors of LTE. The device was heralded as the ideal global roaming phone since it will work on the time-division LTE (TD-LTE) systems going up Asia as well as the frequency division (FD-LTE) gear common in the U.S. and Europe. But there’s one thing Samsung left unmentioned in its announcement: This is the ideal phone for Sprint’s(s s) funkiest of LTE rollouts.
If there were an award for crazy network configurations, Sprint would win it in a landslide. It’s building CDMA and LTE networks all over the electromagnetic spectrum, and now that it has gained control of Clearwire it’s deploying both flavors of LTE side by side.
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