Or is it?
This morning as anticipated for the past 3 years, Verizon (USA) announced the availability of the iPhone 4 on their network. They will begin pre-ordering for existing Verizon customers on February 3rd and the phones are available for pickup on February 10th.
There are only three differences between the iPhone 4 (CDMA) announced by Verizon (a mobile carrier in the US) and the previous model of iPhone 4 (GSM)
- Supports CDMA EV-DO Rev. A (800, 1900 MHz).
- Mobile hotspot capability like the MiFi.
- A change in the slit at the top of the GSM iPhone 4 has been move to a slits on the left side.
Continue reading “How is Verizon iPhone 4 Significant Outside of USA?”
There are now significant information to point to a first and new Android phone on Monday, September 22 on the VerizonT-Mobile network in the US.
The reported Android based phone will be manufactured by HTC, and implies that it will support both GSM and CDMA network. But 3G communication will only supports the CDMA network (EV-DO).
So stay tune.
[Updated: September 19, 2008]
Thanks to the reader, Travis, for pointing out my mistake. I stand corrected that it is T-Mobile in the US who will be releasing the first Google Android phone by HTC in early October to the general public.