HTC has taken the wraps off its rumoured "4G" phone - the world's first handset to integrate WiMax, Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity. The HTC Max 4G packs in 8021.11b/g, tri-band GSM/GPRS/Edge and mobile WiMax in the 2.5-2.7GHz band. Bluetooth 2.0+EDR completes the handset's wireless capabilities, and it has GPS and on board too …
In Soviet Russia...
...Internet connects to YOU!
Way forward !
Brilliant. When do we get it in Blighty? Bet its an Iphone beater too! Wow
Mockup or Real phone for the picture?
If that is the real phone number of the pictured Ms Anastasia Borissova ... (top of the screen) she may be having lots of unexpected phone calls anytime now... Cough...
If that is the real phone number.....
It isn't, but the call cost £1.50 / minute, my online banking details are in Moscow, and my iPhone has a virus....
Surely it only qualifies as 4G if it can also incorporate the functions of 3G?
Alistair, are saying that if new technology is regarded as an upgrade to older technology it should remain the same name?
Da, soviet internet, pay your bill or you will be canon balled to capitalist country. DA!
Re: If that is the real phone number.....
You should be happy as long as ONLY your iPhone has a virus...
What I am saying is that you can't claim something is "4th generation" unless it really is the successor to the "3rd generation".
WiMax and Wi-Fi are not mobile telephone standards.
'fast mobile broadband have we'
Cracking stuff. Keep it up. lol
Far better than those arty-farty toys from iEverything
iBeater? Ha ha. Remember the biggest complaint about iPhone v1 (apart from it being made by Apple)?
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