Wireless carrier T-Mobile is set to provide its customers with a nice range of 4G LTE-capable devices this year, and it seems that it is already testing some of them to ensure proper compatibility.
As TNW notes in a recent article, data coming from OpenSignal shows that Magenta is already working with LTE-capable flavors of Samsung’s Galaxy S III and GALAXY S 4 devices on its yet unreleased service.
The wireless carrier is expected to announce the availability of its 4G LTE service on March 26, with the Samsung Galaxy Note II and the BlackBerry Z10 devices the first to access it.
T-Mobile has already confirmed that both said Galaxy S handsets will enjoy LTE connectivity on its network, but hasn’t offered specific info on when that might happen. By the looks of it, however, it will be sooner rather than later.