Clearwire 4G Handsets Are on the Way

As subscriber numbers grow, Clearwire plans to support two data-centric WiMax handsets on its network by year's end.

 By VoipPlanet.com Staff | Posted May 6, 2010
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Sprint (NYSE:S) won’t be the only operator with a 4G handset this year. On its Q1 earnings call today, Clearwire (NASDAQ:CLWR) said it will offer new WiMax handsets to its retail mobile broadband customers in 2010," writes ConnectedPlanet's Kevin Fitchard.

"The first, built by Samsung, will be an Android-powered 3G-4G device optimized for heavy video streaming and communications use, while the second, designed by HTC, will be a 3G-4G phone. Both will presumably function on both Clearwire and Sprint networks," Fitchard writes.

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