Look, China is getting the HTC Titan. Pretty sad that China gets a high end Windows Phone before Verizon does!
Find it funny... It's on PREORDER... Means it is not even out yet. Verizon is waiting for Windows 8 and true LTE support instead of a patch... Maybe then there will be better devices coming out. We been through this more than a handful of times.
Verizon can't take Mango or Tango for LTE, its a technical reason, and they will not take non-LTE phones.
When you are done doing the math, that puts new phones out till Apollo.
I don't know what you mean by "true LTE" support. The Titan 2 and Nokia 900 are both full LTE coming out this month. Not HSPA+, which I know CDMA doesn't have. It's a patch in the OS that adds the LTE support, and it works.
There could very well be a technical issue with having LTE and a CDMA radio in WP7. A handoff problem within the OS, but that hasn't been posted anywhere.
It has already been know it's a patched support and not full actual support for LTE. When the next major release it will have true full 100% support, and that's when Verizon will more than likely look at Windows Phones. Until then Verizon will not look at them as they want 100% full support and not a patchwork job.
Of course not... That's the problem... How often are they going to say something like that or even a "fan site" saying something when most of the writers have little to no coding experience.
Then I can't agree with you, if you have no proof. There could still be a CDMA/LTE incompatabilty, I will give you that, but saying the Titan 2 and 900 aren't going to be real LTE devices, I am not going to go along with.
If you say so. There are 0 LTE Windows phones on Verizon. Windows Phone 7.5 does not have the framework changes for true LTE support. Windows Phone 8 will, and that's when you will see Verizon with a second Windows Mobile phone. You can bet on it.