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Samsung to launch TDD/FDD dual mode LTE Galaxy S4, S4 Mini

Wednesday 31 July 2013 | 15:04 CET | News
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Samsung has announced plans to launch TDD/FDD dual mode LTE versions of its Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S4 Mini smartphones, billed as the world's first commercial devices capable of seamless handover between neworks using the TDD and FDD LTE standards. The devices "will allow customers to fully enjoy the benefits of fast mobile data communications no matter where they are", said JK Shin co-CEO and president of the phonemaker's IT & Mobile division. Samsung does not indicate its planned release date for the dual-mode Galaxy S4 handsets. While most of the global LTE market is based on FDD-LTE

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Samsung / Strategy Analytics
Countries: World
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