Roughly 37 Percent of US Android Phones are 4G-Enabled


4G is the next communication that every Mobile users going to have in short time. This future connectivity adopts the new high-speed protocols at a service of 100 Mbit/s. Localytics, Boston based software company has recently analyzed the hottest data in the third quarter of 2011 that the US Android phone users supports 36.6% of 4G network.

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4G technologies include WiMax, LTE, and HSPA+ in US as ITU announced in December 2010. Looking at the chart we can analyze that the use of 4G have rapidly increased with a growth rate of 50 % i.e. the full third of the Android ecosystem. In the first quarter we can see that the bar has raised 22.6%  less compared to second quarter which positions 31.2% in the chart subsequently 36.6% in the third quarters.

android 4g us user september 2011

As we can see the US 4G popular Android devices list and explore that HTC Thunderbolt by Verizon is ranked 1 and the HTC EVo 4G by carrier Sprint stood second in the popularity list. Samsung Epic 4G by sprint and so on listed continues with other 6 stupefying 4G Smartphones by T-mobile & AT&T respectively. We can glimpse more of Sprint’s and Verizon’s 4G Android Smartphones in the list.

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Along with the foremost U.S. carriers, Verizon Wireless has been on blaze undulating exposed its 4G LTE network, success more than half of the country as of last month. AT&T has been a bit of a lazybones, just newly debut LTE in 5 diverse cities with strategy to wrap 15 in sum by the end of the year. We can also see iPhone 5 is going get 4G network support but it can set hitch of shorter battery life that can bump off the benefit of speed networking.

Each US carrier has a different 4G services with variety level of bandwidth such as T-mobile & AT&T run HSPA+; Verizon draws on LTE and WiMAX used by Sprint. Each of them is using 3G speed networking or a long time. Of course the app developers can play much more as 4G is going to be wide spread piece of technology. The bigger bandwidth brings the more of apps to enjoy.

[Via Localytics]


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