October 20th, 2010
“Across our 4G markets today, we’re experiencing data usage levels that could shake the rest of the wireless industry to its core,” said Bill Morrow, CEO of Clearwire.
April 4th, 2010
Sprint recently launched an long-waited Android-based WiMAX Smartphone : HTC EVO 4G aka HTC Supersonic in CTIA 2010.
HTC EVO 4G apparently was planned to take advantage of 4G WiMAX network in U.S. especially for HD video streaming on its super large 4.3-inch 480×800 multitouch screen . HTC EVO 4G equipped with HDMI output so you can also view 720p HD video streaming on your full HDTV without loose crisp image quality.
I wonder why HTC didn’t equipped AMOLED screen for EVO 4G just like HTC done for Google Nexus One or Sprint’s Samsung Moment.
AMOLED technology doesn’t require a backlight therefore it become low-power and low-cost large size screen.Samsung boasts AMOLED produce superior brightness means you can read it in sunlight – no more looking for a shady spot to see your screen.
March 17th, 2010
The Sprint’s first WiMAX Android-based phone expected to be the centerpiece of a presentation made by Chief Executive Dan Hesse during the CTIA Wireless trade show that start on Tuesday March 23 at Las Vegas according to Dow Jones Newswires via The Wall Street Journal.
The Android WiMAX phone apparently will be the HTC A9292 aka HTC Supersonic which has large 4.3inch (480 x 800) capacitive touch screen powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8650 1 GHz processors. The rumored specs are 1GB ROM, 512 RAM, 5MP camera. Operates the latest Android 2.1. Some sources called this ‘Flan’ but it is actually still considered part of ‘Eclair’.
March 9th, 2010
Even though HTC MAX 4G (GSM) hits FCC but it seem Sprint will bring the first WiMAX phone (CDMA) in the US.
Apparently Sprint will add another Android-based Smartphone in its portfolio. Start from HTC Hero, Samsung Moment and soon the HTC A9292 (Supersonic).
HTC Supersonic has large 4.3inch (480 x 800) capacitive touch screen powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8650 1 GHz processors. Operates the latest Android 2.1. Some sources called this ‘Flan’ but it is actually still considered part of ‘Eclair’.
February 5th, 2010
WiMAXian featured the new Intel WiMAX/WiFi adapter for the first time in July 2009 when WiMAX Forum certified the Intel Centrino Advanced-N+ WiMAX 6250 codenamed Kilmer Peak.
The first appearance in October when Intel showcased Intel Centrino Advanced-N+WiMAX 6250 at CEATEC JAPAN 2009.
In November Intel confirmed Kilmer Peak in production and will launch with the Calpella Arrandale notebook platform solution in Q1 2010.
February 2nd, 2010
CLEAR officially offering Ubee PXU1900 on their official website.CLEAR named it CLEAR 4G Mobile USB and sell for $59.99 + tax and lease for $4.99 + tax.
CLEAR 4G Mobile USB is WiMAX USB modem that so small and fits in your pocket. Its internal antenna has been improved for better reception but consume less power.