4G Phones of the Future! CTIA Roundup on PCWorld Podcast 70

HTC EVO 4G
This week on the podcast, Ginny Mies and Mark Sullivan are fresh out of Las Vegas and ready to talk about all of the brand-new cell phones and wireless technologies they saw at CTIA 2010.

Ginny Mies talks about two of the most exciting phones she saw at the show: HTC's EVO 4G for Sprint, the carrier's first phone built for 4G networks, and the Samsung Galaxy S, which has a beautiful Super AMOLED screen. Both phones run the Android OS.

Plus, Mark Sullivan had a chance to test out Clearwire's WiMax 4G service while he was in Las Vegas, and he's ready to tell the tale of the tape when it comes to speed: Downloads went very fast, but uploading was surprisingly slow. Learn about WiMax, the competing LTE 4G wireless technology, and when you can expect to find faster networks in a city near you.

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