Everything Everywhere have announced that they've now made a three 4G LTE smartphones available to buy. However, the 4G LTE network isn't quite ready for launch so you can only pickup the new smartphones on T-Mobile and Orange but you'll be able to upgrade when EE's network lands.
The Samsung Galaxy SIII LTE is available in a choice of either Marble White or exclusive Titanium Grey (pictured above). The smartphone doesn't come cheap with T-Mobile offering it for £36 a month with an upfront fee of £49, while on Orange you can get it on a tariff costing £41 a month with an upfront fee of £19.99.
The HTC Sensation XL is available on identical deals to the Samsung Galaxy SIII 4G LTE and it will be a tough decision for people to choose between them. While the Huawei Ascend P1 is available free on both Orange and T-Mobile on a tariff costing £36 a month.
The Apple iPhone 5 is also already available on Orange and T-Mobile which supports 4G LTE, while Nokia's Lumia 920 and 820 are expected to go on sale in November. You can view all of Orange's 4G LTE smartphones by clicking here or T-Mobiles 4G LTE range by clicking here.
It should be noted that even though you can switch to EE when the network launches you'll have to start a new 24 month contract and your monthly bill may increase. As soon as 3G get more details on the matter we'll let you know !< Back
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