New Update Might Enable LTE Support for T-Mobile Samsung GALAXY Note II

The carrier’s CTO Neville Ray says this is possible

  Samsung Galaxy Note II
The only major carrier in the United States that still doesn’t have an LTE network, T-Mobile USA is about to launch its own 4G services within the next few weeks.

The only major carrier in the United States that still doesn’t have an LTE network, T-Mobile USA is about to launch its own 4G services within the next few weeks.

T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray told PCMag in a recent interview that the carrier planned to launch its LTE network in several markets, including Las Vegas.

However, Ray admitted that the carrier did not have any LTE-enabled smartphones in its portfolio, but claimed that customers who wished to try out T-Mobile’s 4G services would be able to do so if they owned compatible AT&T LTE devices.

Aside from that, Neville Ray also said that an upcoming minor update could enable Samsung Galaxy Note II’s LTE support, thus turning it into T-Mobile’s first LTE smartphone.

Obviously, the information has yet to been confirmed, but the fact that T-Mobile Galaxy Note II’s LTE support can be turned on via software update is encouraging.

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