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

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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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  • 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.

  • http://www.facebook.com/futureofdreams Anthony Dean Swift

    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.

    • http://profiles.google.com/mrice.hill Mr. Hill

      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.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=538671544 Jason Woodbury

    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.

  • http://www.facebook.com/mailaka.moore Mailaka Moore

    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.

  • Kit Pogi

    One!

  • 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.

  • http://www.heliosoptix.com Steven Skwarkowski

    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