Weekend Poll: Which LTE Device On T-Mobile Excites You The Most?


It’s time for a weekend poll and this time I’m wondering what current or future LTE device on T-Mobile you are most looking forward to. Mind you the list is still limited and it doesn’t include devices that require workarounds to gain LTE capability like the Nexus 4. I’m also not including the Lumia 810 which is said to have built-in LTE capability but T-Mobile has yet to confirm they will issue a software update to activate it ala the Note II.

T-Mobile’s LTE lineup is currently composed of the Galaxy Note II and BlackBerry Z10, leaving the rest of the devices listed as “upcoming.” Next up for release is seemingly the iPhone 5 with LTE support, unless the Galaxy S III LTE variant arrives suddenly between now and April 12th.

So what say you TmoNews readers, which LTE device are you most excited about? Or, are you waiting for something else entirely?

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  • With the GS4 on its way (very soon) I just don’t see a need for a Galaxy S III LTE.

    • S. Ali

      Cheaper with the same relative performance?

      • Right, plus Samsung did say the Samsung SGS3 would be getting most of the new features of the SGS4 in a update later on. I think that’s the reason why they’re having a LTE version, because it’ll still be a contender that will be supported enough to still be relevant.

        • Dwain Mars

          I wouldn’t hold my breath for an update.

        • I wouldn’t necessarily either, but they did state that. lol

    • Phone that does pretty much the same thing but is cheaper.

    • UMA_Fan

      I would totally rock a GS3 over my Note II if it shared the same large battery

    • mingkee

      It will be a lot cheaper for sure ($400 perhaps?).

  • Eric

    iPhone 5

    • MacRat

      I just went from an iPhone 3GS to an iPhone 4.

      Lot’s of 1900MHz 3G data coverage in my area. 3-6Mbps has been more than enough speed with standard HSPA. :-)

      • Eric


      • Alan713

        why 4 and not 5 or at least 4S? 4 is so slow!

    • Agree!!

  • HTC one

  • jonathan3579

    I wish they’d give us a release date for the damn HTC One. Personally, I have no interest in the iPhone or S4.

    • ShermCraig

      Agreed. Specs wise, this is a monster phone with awesome capabilities! MUST. OWN. THIS. PHONE!!!!

      • jonathan3579

        It’s funny how people down vote us because our opinions differ from their own. That’s the problem with the sheep who follow Galaxy devices and the iPhone – superiority complex. Anyway, they’re all great choices for consumers.

        • Adrayven

          Naa I just Down vote People who use the word sheep.

      • MatthewMurawski

        Actually, the S4 is better than the One specs wise. Where the One wins is in build quality.

  • mreveryphone

    This lte is ripping my note 2 battery a new one. I’m here in Kansas City and the network is kinda spotty. But when fully on the lte network speeds are ace! One thing I did notice is when doing speed test the upload is faster than the download? Shouldn’t that be the other way around? Hopefully tmo gets this together before the S4 comes out or that thing won’t last past noon! I guess we will find out May 1st!

    • Gunnar

      can you disable your LTE to conserve battery and only activate when in use?

      • robert

        Go in to setting, more settings, mobile networks, network mode, and there should be 3 options, and click on automatic 4g 3g and 2g
        Its the 2nd option

      • mreveryphone

        I guess so, I just like seeing that lte symbol in my status bar that we tmo beloved have longed for! Does anyone know about the apn settings, specifically the ipv4/6 setting? Which is better?

        • Mirad77

          Very very few companies have deployed IP v6 and tmobie is not one of the. So when you set IP v6 it auto return to IP v4.

        • mreveryphone

          Okay, thanks for the info.

  • Carlos

    I would have to say the iPhone (even though I’m an Android guy) because Apple had to make a specific version for T-Mobile for a lower price. But also the Nexus 4 (which is not on the list) because it isn’t officially supported but the Android community figured it out. While the others where expected to have LTE nothing exciting.

  • kliu0x52

    None of the above. Because my Nexus 4 gets the full four bars on LTE here in Kansas City. ;)

    • Fraydog

      What are your speedtest results like?

      • kliu0x52

        The best that I got was 19 down, 11 up, outdoors. The downlink speed isn’t too different from the peaks that I’ve gotten in the past on HSPA, but the uplink is substantially faster.

        • galaxydude

          I get that on my l9 with hspa+:-) :-) :-)

        • kliu0x52

          Is that in Kansas City? I’ve never gotten that high of a uplink in KC before on HSPA+. I have in other regions, though…

        • galaxydude

          I live in Florida about 50 miles North of West palm beach i average about 10.5 down and about 7.2 down.on hspa+ iam fine with them #

        • Dakota

          I average 3on a good day in Atlanta

        • MARGYVER

          I get 15- 20 on HSPA+ in Denver, CO on my note 2 cant wait to see what LTE does

        • kliu0x52

          Yea, the practical difference between HSPA+ and LTE is negligible. I’m doing it mostly for the novelty and the “because I can”.

        • galaxydude

          LTE only drains your battery twice as fast as hspa+ i am not any hurry to run out and buy a LTE device with the data speeds i get and the excellent battery life on hspa+

        • Not really. This isn’t 2011. My iPhone 5 gets battery life that is better than the HSPA+ iPhone 4S.

        • AnthonyRyan89

          Damn Im not that far from you I live in Coral Springs and in my house I have the signal booster inside my house is a dead spot. But outside is better but never seen those speeds from my Nexus4 on HSPA+

        • Nick

          The most I’ve gotten on my l9 is 12 down and 4 up

  • Whitney

    And the iphone beats all

    • ok

      Said no one ever

      • jonathan3579

        The irony in her statement is how far the HTC One is above all the other devices mentioned. She practically said “first” and wasn’t.

    • MacRat

      It’s not about popularity.

      It’s about what works for you.

    • Angel

      Lol what can the iphone do that the other phones can’t? Get real, the iphone 5 was outdated when it came out, now with these new smartphones coming out, the iphone is just pitiful. But hey if you like it, cool. But obviously you can see that the iphone does not “beat all” lmao

      • Whitney

        I voted to early

      • The iPhone 5 is faster than most high-end phones today (certainly when it was new), has a better camera than most high-end phones today, and still tends to get the better apps first.

        There are unquestionably advantages to other phones, but you’re making her exact same flawed argument, just in reverse: it’s just as wrong and false to claim the iPhone 5 was outdated on launch as to claim that it’s the outright victor.

  • Alex Zapata

    I’m excited for that Nokia Eos, assuming it’ll be LTE-equipped.

  • Bob.M

    Off Topic: But does anyone know if I can get a phone doing the down payment thing without getting a new plan? I’m on the value plan right now.

    • Adrayven

      I’ve been wondering the same thing I’m hoping someone knows.

    • MatthewMurawski

      I’m pretty sure you can because the EIP isn’t tied to your plan.

    • 21stNow

      According to the call that I had with someone from the Executive Response Team, the prices are only available to someone switching to the Simple Choice plan. I don’t know if that would include the financing, too, but it seemed like it would.

  • Mirad77

    Sticking with my Nexus 4 and wait for the next Nexus.

  • mreveryphone

    NOTE 3!!!

    • eanfoso

      Nokia Lumia 920!!!

    • Di Fan Zheng

      Note 3!!!!! Note 3!!!!! Note 3!!!!! Can’t. Wait especially with octa core with LTE SUPPORT!!!

      • Alan713

        what’s gonna be after 8-core? 16 core?

      • Verizonthunder

        Have to wait and see, but I will say this the Note 3 need’s a bigger battery, I personally am going to find out if Sony Xperia ZL will support T-Mobile’s LTE network as it show’s support but no solid concrete proof.

  • John Ruiz

    Nokia 810

    • sadly, im beginning to believe this update wont happen

      • fentonr

        I thought that had been confirmed by T-Mobile and Nokia?

  • Noor Mahmoud

    I find it kind of sad that some people are looking forward to the iPhone 5, when the S3 beats it, let alone the S 4 and One.

    • Whiskers

      Because some people don’t want or need a tablet size phone for everyday needs.
      Even though i would like to see the iphone with slightly bigger screen to a 4.3 , just don’t make it longer only a bit wider.

    • The S3 definitely doesn’t. The S3 is a 4s competitor. Some people prefer a smooth and stable experience that iOS offers over the giant screen plastic galaxy phones.

      • Angel

        The galaxy s3 blows the iphone 5 away. Feature and spec wise. I’ve seen many articles that claim the same thing. The galaxy s2 is actually a iphone 4s competitor.

        • The iPhone 5 benchmarks faster. The iPhone 5 has a better camera. The iPhone 5 has a higher-quality (not higher resolution, but higher quality) screen. The GS3 undoubtedly has a bigger screen and more expandability, but it does trail the iPhone 5 in a few areas.

    • Nearmsp

      I have an iPhone 5, iPad mini and my main phone for now is SGS2. My brother has SGS3. My experience has been that, the iOs has the smoothest swype and no lags at all. SGS’s all suffer from lag and hanging up. That never happens. I find the SGS2 too big. I have my iPad mini if I want to reply to my e-mails. I use my smart phone for quick things, like maps, navigation, gas price, weather etc and occasionally to read urgent e-mails. I would prefer the iPhone to be shorter in length and a bit wider but no bigger than now in total size.

  • RobotChupacabra

    The HTC One, definitely. Either that or the iPhone 5, because that’s always a stable experience with frequent updates. Wish the One had stock Android. I’d rather not have to flash custom ROMs on a device with a non-removable battery (need to pull battery if I get a boot loop).

    • Adrayven

      I think the same way. I like the iPhone for its stability and reliability. But I do like what I see from HTC. I’ll probably stick with the iPhone since I’m committed to that app environment.

  • nerdlust

    My note2 is so fast even without lte. I can’t wait to see how fast it will be with lte. However im happy waiting my speeds are super fast already.

    • The Note 2 is fast with Lte. Its kinda spotty in certain areas cuz its newly release but where I do get it its fast!

  • emora92

    I honestly dont see what all the fuzz is about the iphone. I personally have no interest in it no more thats why I switched back to my note 2. It has more potential. I agree the iphone had a good design but its a little too late on tmobile. Its only a matter of months for the new generation of iphones to be announced.

  • craigd152

    LG optimus g2 & gs4

  • James

    Spec wise the S4 wins
    But design wise, the HTC One wins

    I am still confused on which one of these great phone should I get!

    • as am I … as long as they both have LTE though i’m good on either .. even though LTE isn’t in Dallas yet.

    • Impatient Waiter

      same boat… If the GS4 was the same build quality, this would be no competition. Another feature that would make me favor the HTC One more would be if the camera was higher megapixel. I don’t take many low-light shots so I feel that a higher megapixel would be better for me than HTC’s ultrapixels. If you haven’t seen oode’s youtube videos on the HTC One camera vs the Nexus 4, you should check it out. Personally, I’m going with the GS4 unless HTC surprises with a wow-ing feature.

      • M Westbrook

        HTC One has one of the best Cameras out right now on a there cell. The technology in there 4-Ultrapixel is better or just as good as the current 8-megapixel or 13-megapixel cell cameras. Info is all over the internet on the awesome Pictures & Video the HTC One has been taking. Low Light and Sun Light and Inside Lights. Check for your self. The info and Pics and Video is out there on the web.

        • J

          Completely disagree. From the pix I have seen, they do not look that good at all. They look OK for maybe a facebook post, but try to zoom in or make them slightly bigger and they look so grainy. The regular HTC ONEs and the Amaze took better pix imo.

        • Jack

          you wrong dude the HTC camera is best at night shot and this is a big
          start for HTC next year when they put 8 or 13 ultra mp camera you will
          shut your pie after seeing what is ultra camera is. any company when
          they start in a new technlogy they start small and then go bigger over
          time no one can go from first all the way. take this as beta to see and
          test it and then improve it and all people like you will shut there
          mouth next year this time around.

        • rob

          Knowing HTC , we won’t have to wait a year, give them 6 months til they launch the HTC One+…with an 8MP/Ultrapixel camera. Otherwise expect a better ultrapixel camera on the next Butterfly series or maybe just maybe even the Desire series..

        • Alex Zapata

          For taking pics I’ll stick to using my old 808 pureview. The phone may suck, but the bragging rights on the camera alone are worth it.

    • MacRat

      I agree.

      While all the bells and whistles have been the highlight of the other brands, I’ve always like the designs of the HTC phones.

    • J

      I love how the ONE looks but every HTC phone I have used had so many little glitches and bugs to them. At least with the Samsung, I know the phone is going to function well. If HTC has fixed the little bugs with the OS with the ONE, then I will really consider it. I had an amaze and ONE S and they both had the same stupid little issues.

      • Newmexican

        I do not agree with your eval of the Samsung Phones. I had the HTC G1 and G2. Switched to Sammy, as there was not G3 following from HTC. Bad move. The Samsung Galaxy S 4G was the first and last Samsung smartphone I ever bought. 4 months into ownership it has already more issues than my HTC G2 after two years. I will take the HTC offer to get $100 for my Samsung POS and replace it by the HTC One.

    • S4ME

      Design? Can’t be opened. The S3 beat the One X because you can open it. HTC is not Apple. Design a beautiful phone that we can replace the battery and add memory!

    • Ordeith

      Well, Google gets your data either way do I doubt it matters.

  • generik

    Why get the iphone when you should just get the galaxy. Did u know that Samsung make/made the iphone? Look under the iphone hood. Samsung makes the screen and chips. It should be called the Apple iGalaxy.

    • HardyHarHar

      Yeah that’s why their hundreds behind the HTC One because they’re like the same.

  • Brian Bloom

    Sony Xperia Z or ZL is tempting me… S4 or HTC1 are secondary candidates

    • mingkee

      Only ZL has both AWS HSPA+ and LTE.

  • Honestly even though a lot of people rag on the SGIV design, I think that’s overshadowed by some of it’s software updates. I have to admit myself being a huge HTC lover (though I’ve had quite the history with Samsung). Like I’m very interested in the Dual Camera feature. I always thought to myself “as far as technology is going, why don’t they allow you to switch between your ffc and rear camera during video chat, or why can’t I switch between camera’s when taking pictures.” Samsung read my mind and got to it. The camera on it from the samples I’ve seen are pretty amazing too. Cinema Shot is cool too, I actually love gifs. Group play seems like a really nice features too, but it requires your friends to have a SGS4 as well, my best friend is getting a iPhone 5, so that wouldn’t help me. My only thing is I don’t feel like waiting till May 1st. My HTC One S is slapping me in the face to upgrade like everyday. Don’t think I can wait that long, plus I actually do take low light pics (HTC One’s Ultrapixels help that situation), and I am a music enthusiast, so I’m very excited about those dual stereo speakers. Maybe I’ll actually have real music ringtones on my phone again, lol

    • MatthewMurawski

      Don’t worry you can wait. I gave up my Galaxy Note and am using a Galaxy S4G temporarily until the S4 rolls out. I’m sick of it already lol.

      • I really don’t know if I can, lol. Plus the longer I wait, the longer the value of my HTC One S depreciates, which I’m trying to sell to pay off part of the remainder of it’s EIP

    • I understand your concerns but don’t worry, the Galaxy S 4 is going to sell just fine. ; ) Myself? I love my GS3(along w/ my Nexus 4) but I cannot WAIT to get the htc One.

      • Oh no, I have no concerns on whether or not it’s gonna sell fine. Just personally for me, I can’t wait till May the 1st to get one, if that’s what I was gonna go with.

  • Don Kim

    There is no question that S IV is the best specwise.
    HTC One is winning over a lot of people over with its design I guess..
    And those stubborn iOS lovers will love their iPhones on T-Mo.

  • Brandy

    I’m really interested in the HTC One, but when it comes to HTC devices, i’ve ALWAYS had signal problems ESPECIALLY after software updates. When i’m in buildings or my house, I get the x or barely 3 bars. I’ve put my sim card in other branded phones belonging to friends who use tmobile and it would show all the bars being full. I’ve had this problem with the Sensation (which I’m typing from now), the Amaze, the One S. Does anyone else experience signal issues with HTC phones? It’s really annoying, but once again I might give HTC another shot, lol.

    • just me

      Yes, that and more freezing/slowness issues than other devices.

    • J

      Completely agree. Not only signal problems but weird little issues with all the phones. Sometimes I would answer the phone and it would take about 3 seconds for the speaker to go on so people can hear me. Just little stupid glitches that I had with two HTC phones. If they fix it, and also give me GREAT battery life, I will consider it.

  • galaxydude

    The LG G2 Is what i am waiting for.:-) :-) :-)

  • bruin1981

    After having a Nexus device (Galaxy Nexus), would never go back to carrier bloatware. Will wait for the next Nexus device that has LTE

    • Dakota

      I have same on Straight Talk and love my $45 fee when everyone I know pays 2.5-3x as much. Just wish phone had better camera and volume level on speakers

  • Milad

    I voted for The iPhone 5 on Tmobile because it is a special one which runs on all network LTE/HSPA+ 42….etc…

    • TBN27

      Looks like I am buying another iPhone 5

    • Alan713

      plus HD voice!

  • Fish

    Waiting for the Nokia Lumia Catwalk.

    • fentonr

      Glad to hear I’m not the only one that wants to see a high end windows phone device on T-Mobile.

      • Fish

        HTC 8x is high end. I’m just not that into it, lack of turn by turn navigation doesn’t help

        • fentonr

          I’m not sure I would put it in the high end category with devices like the Note 2 and S3. As to navigation, Nokia released their turn by turn, transit and maps applications as Here Drive (currently in beta), Here Transit and Here Maps. These are available on all Windows phone 8 Devices including the 8X. Helps close the gap a bit anyway.

        • Fish

          I was comparing the specs of the 8x to the Lumia 920 and Ativ S. Same ram, and processor, just other differences for flavor (the 8x’s picture capturing chip used exclusively for fast picture capturing along with the wide angle ffc, for examples).

          I wasn’t aware of these navigation tools. I played with the 8x in store and could only find navigation apps that required a subscription of some sort. I’ll have to take another look. Thanks.

    • Alex Zapata

      If they ever manage to put WiFi calling on any of their Windows phones I’ll gladly switch from android. Until then I’ll keep waiting :-

  • Tmoemployees

    I want the s4 my self. But as a Tmobile employee the iPhone

  • Verizon

    im not excited about any of the t-mobile lte devices.

    • Zacamandapio

      Of course you’re not.
      It will be like saying Ford is excited about the new Z28.

  • mingkee

    I have Note 2 already.
    Probably Sony Xperia ZL.

  • Randy

    Why get S4 when S3 does the same job pretty much. Nah I’m going for HTC One all the way baby. Yeah baby.

    • Ju an

      Every time I think about the S4 the image of HTC One keeps flashing in my head. I’ve got to get Premuim phone dude.

  • Dakota

    People should see roundups of media reports..Many are very skeptical of T-Mobile and calling them out on slot of their marketing hype and truth stretching.

    • So much false information in that article. But then again it’s from Fox News so what should I expect? You would thnk the author works for AT&T or something.

    • Alex Zapata

      Hmmmm, it’s not unlimited data? Tell that to my 100.3GB of unthrottled data :-P. They simply need to read the fine print in its entirety.

      • superg05

        my plan maxes out at near a terabyte before its throttled how much data do you need

    • MatthewMurawski

      Whoever wrote that article needs to be fired from Fox News or whoever they work for. I see no valid points in that article. Some statements are even simply not true. The Unlimited 4G Data plan gets throttled at 5 GB? WHAT?????

    • superg05

      lol…. you actually watch and read fox news there more real news in an onion piece

  • Dakota

    I do find it amusing how some of you obsess about phones and specs..Hope you realize you’re a minority and the average consumer doesn’t know it care that much..people want a problem free phone that works and meets their needs. People I meet with iPhones have not clamour anything android. And android users I’ve spoken to don’t even know the names of the various versions it what they gave. They couldn’t tell a skin from a. Ice cream sandwich

    • 21stNow

      I would expect that people who read and post on a blog dedicated to a cellular service provider’s news and products would care more than the average consumer. It seems like you would be amused if people on Corvette forums liked to drive fast.

    • MatthewMurawski

      It’s a hobby; the same could be said about cars. Or sneakers. Or TVs. Computers. Etc, etc. The people who do care challenge the manufacturers to make better products. If no one cared, no innovation would occur.

  • Derrick

    HTC One, although I probably won’t be able to access LTE until late 2014 if not 2015…smh

  • Zack

    The iphone 5S and 6. Be ready.

  • NYCTheBronx

    I’m happy with my Samsung Galaxy Note II but I also choose the Samsung Galaxy S IV. Still no impressive 4G LTE speeds here in San Jose. I’m only getting 44mbps max while in other places like New York are clocking in close to 70mbps. :/

    • MatthewMurawski

      44 Mbps is still really good. I’m getting the S4 and I’m in NYC, so I’ll see how the speeds are.

    • just me

      > my speeds are only double what most cable companies provide, baww

    • 44mbps is damn fast in any market. Those are much faster than 90% of any market. Anything faster than that are just towers with no activity on it. Be very happy, you are a very lucky customer. T-Mobile LTE is on it’s way to take over the US Market.

    • superg05

      we here at T-mobile are sorry to hear you have problems with your service fill out this form and mail or email it to us please so we can have a look at your area


  • crandie

    Blackberry Z10!! ready for something new. Bored with iOS and Android.

    • Zacamandapio

      I’m on the same boat.

      I love my Z10.

  • JustSaying

    I heard that the HTC One 64 GB will exclusively on AT&T… what a stupid move by HTC!! That’s gonna sell more phones…NOT!

  • iPhone 5. Been waiting years for this. Finally T-Mobile.

    • Nearmsp

      Mr. Hill, you were the only one saying both on this forum and Macrumors forum that Apple will bring out a AWS compatible iPhone for T-mobile. I wish I had listened to you and waited. In any case, I am going to buy the new iPhone 5 as soon as it comes out.

      • mingkee

        The new version iPhone 5 has pentaband HSPA!

        • Nearmsp

          What is the 5th band and which country would it work in?

        • mingkee

          The old iPhone 5 did not have AWS HSPA.

      • Oh yeah I remember. It just didn’t make sense to me for them to release an iPhone that only worked on the refarmed network since it was going so slow. They would have had worse a backlash than Sprint had. I figured it had to have AWS or else the T-Mobile iPhone would be a joke.

        Too bad I got impatient myself and got an iPhone 5 on Verizon. I should be able to sell it for around $600 though and grab this T-Mobile iPhone 5. The savings on rate plan would make up for the ETF. Can’t wait to have an iPhone with unlimited data as it should be. I’m getting it as soon as it comes out too.

  • Just found out from Android Central that HTC One has given the 64gb version of the phone to AT&T. That pisses me off tremendously. I wait for a long time for a top of the line made device from HTC and Android on my favorite Carrier and then I find out that the version I have been foaming at the mouth to get my hands on is a no go from T-Mobile. That just sucks. HTC has been in big trouble because they are stupid, giving exclusive to any one Carrier when they should want to sell, sell and sell, all Carriers all versions. I hope this phone dies before it hits the damn market place. If this does pan out with AT&T getting the exclusive I will never buy another HTC device for as long as I live. Now I know why I have supported Samsung for as long as I have and I will continue to do so.

    • MatthewMurawski

      It’s okay, you could just get a 64 GB Galaxy S4. Let’s see… additional SD card storage. Removable battery. An abundance of software features. You should be fine.

    • ant

      yea that pissed me all off i even bought some brand new beats like a month or two ago because of the beats audio n i thought it was coming out sooner but im mad its not out n madder i cant get the 64gb

    • mingkee

      Frankly, I’d rather get Sony ZL if it’s sold by T-Mobile because it can take 128GB memory card, but HTC One can’t and even iPhone 5 is better.

      • Guest

        oh crap the 128gbs are out sweet


    I wanted to vote for HTC One but my fat thumb got iPhone 5 instead, skewing the results.

    • JustSaying

      never vote from a touch screen device! haha just kidding

  • Miguel Reyes Jr

    HACKED NEXUS 4 !!!!!!!!!!

  • ant


    • JustSaying

      Probably not from the start… I’m sure eventually they will.. the 64 GB is an AT&T exclusive which is just stupid.

    • No, AT&T exclusive on that size.

      • Fork Att…. -_-‘ what the HECK is wrong wiith htc, it’s almost as if they don’t “want” to succeed.

        • superg05

          they will never learn that’s why people like me are going Samsung

  • Ahmed Elkady

    i’m buying the Htc One, but the LG G2 rumored with snap-dragon 800 on tmo really interests me.

  • FQCharly

    I’m in the Phoenix area and I have 27mbps down and about 9mbps up on my Note II.

    • mingkee

      I got very favorable result (30/20) in area between VA and DC.

  • ricky

    What about my s3 with lte on board?
    I have the new grey s3 with lte as an option in my network settings

    • smylax

      That is in error. You should have a software update available as well by the way. The LTE version hasn’t launched yet.

  • zx6guy

    Moto X or Nexus 5

  • weezy

    I am waiting for the Note3, until then I like my Note2.

    • Antdog

      Couldn’t have said it better myself.

    • krazytrixxxsta

      I’m also waiting on the note 3. Plan on getting the international/unlocked version.

      • superg05

        whys that the US note 3 will likely have an octo-core processor or do you travel alot internationally?
        i wonder if they will use there new multiband lte chip and if it is compatible with t-mobile lte

        • krazytrixxxsta

          LTE is not a big deal for me, I’ll still be able to get HSPA+ which is also pretty fast. A lot of these new unlocked phones are going to start using lte too. T-Mobile charges customers more for their phones. For example the Galaxy Note 2 16 GB is 679.99 on T-Mobile, it not unlocked and it full of T-Mobile crapware while on Amazon the same brand new Galaxy Note 2 16 GB is only 585.00, unlocked without crapware from T-Mobile. The other benefit of buying the factory/international/unlocked version is faster update.

  • HTC One is leading :) it should be

  • M

    HTC SENSATION ..Umm is guess a one time phone? Never a sensation 2?

    • tomarone

      The Sensation became the Amaze and the Amaze became the One-S on TMobile.

  • mo

    HTC does not have expandable memory.. I wish it did have it.

  • iPhones are overrated now. Small screen, low battery life….. durable feel, but that’s all it gots under the roof. HTC One is the next best thing…. perhaps Note 3 when it comes. I have a feeling Apple will fall back down at some point again. =)

    • jarrod

      Low battery life?????? You obviously have never used an iPhone…..

    • MatthewMurawski

      HTC One is THICK.

    • You’re right about the smaller screen but way off base on the battery. iPhones usually have some of the best battery life on the market. Especially the 5.

  • ceegii63

    NOTE 3!

  • sushimane

    i wonder whats the next cities to launch lte i careless im happy with hspa+42 but just curious.

    • mingkee

      NYC and North NJ should be next because I detected it in many areas.

  • What is the best tablet with LTE AND phone capabilities? That is what I want to know.

    • mingkee

      Your choice will be limited to Galaxy Note 8 or Nexus 7 LTE if any of them was available.

  • nycplayboy78

    Dang!!! My precious Galaxy Note II scored so low in this poll…..SIGH……

  • Whitney

    This is probably stupid question but what the heck. If I want to set up a plan for the iphone though Apple for T-mobile can I do that? Or does it have through T-mobile because I want I that applecare+

  • Guest

    Does it really matter? By the time this poll is over, newer phones will be rumored coming out. We’ll never keep up, we’ll just keep paying.

  • Jody Smith

    Whatever phone that doesn’t always drop to EDGE or GPRS whenever I go into a building or leave downtown.

  • I love the design of the Htc One, but if my device ever freezes or glitches, I feel more comfortable with the fact I can remove the cover and perform a battery pull. Plus I know how to purchase aluminum replaceable battery doors,etc to give my device an lightly armored mod so… It’s the Galaxy S4 for me!

    • corona10

      You can reboot the One, by pressing vol down and power button. This is standard for most htc devices, even the one without removable batteries. Dont even need to do a battery pull. Its not a bb.

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  • Joestix1x

    No decent Windows Phones?

    Is the Nokia Lumia 521 going to have LTE?

  • Joestix1x

    I just want a Nokia Lumia 920 variant – Now!

  • Megacharge

    Seriously can’t wait to get my HTC One.

  • Clean_Lakes

    who cares! LTE probably won’t be fully deployed in my market (Boston) for another 2 years. I’m finally getting 3G. Well, not really… it’s only hot near the college campuses in this area.

  • Luis Carlos Diaz

    A Windows Phone LTE would be nice.

  • I will be waiting for the Note 3

  • Nick

    I’m really confused. When I updated my GS3 to 4.1.1 (intial update) I had LTE shown in radios now there was a small patch (“security enhancements”) and its gone. Does the GS3 support LTE or not. Why would have even showed up after the Jelly Bean update.

  • Dominic Malik Major

    I was really disappointed when the One X didn’t come to Tmobile, and went with the One S, which wasn’t a bad choice at all. Though it didn’t have all of the fan fare, it held it’s own. Many people have been saying that The One only has design quality..but HTC has always made some of the BEST smart phones on the market, and has always been innovative. I’ve been down since The Mogul on Sprint..glad to see HTC finally getting the recognition they deserve.

  • Robert

    Disappointed with t mobile over not updating Lumina 810 to use LTE I am done with T Mobile I been a customer since 1996