Verizon 4G LTE Modems Spotted in the Wild; Launch on Dec 5

December 1, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Before they open up their 4G LTE network on December 5th, Verizon is organizing a press conference today, to unveil two USB modems that can help users access the service. However, both the modems have been spotted in wild before the official press conference.

The two modems are expected to come in a shape which allows you can plug them to USB ports. As per company claims, these modems, with access to Verizon 4G LTE will promise you 10 times faster download than the present 3G networks.

Pantech UML 290 4G USB Modem which is the last one to get leaked in pictures has a slick case with a dual USB port below it. With this peculiar but attractive design, we are sure that it will be fit for flexible usage.

LG VL600 4G USB modem, the other one in the pack, is cute with its USB connector at one side and the SIM slot on the other. Though not flexible as Pantech modem in design, this Black beauty has a bold outlook altogether.

Verizon will be issuing special SIM cards to be used with theses modems to access their 4G services. The 4G LTE network is expected to be so faster that users can download 20 photos in a minute or a song of average size in four seconds. Well, we have to wait and see till they roll out the modems and network.

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