Verizon Wireless to Unveil LTE-Capable Devices at CES 2011

December 21, 2010, By Leo Xavier

A tweet from Verizon wireless’ Twitter account is suggesting that the carrier will demonstrate new Android devices that will provide support for its growing 4G LTE network at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show scheduled for next month.

But the carrier has not given out any clues about which all devices will be showcased at the CES. It is expected that handsets including the Droid Incredible HD or a Verizon-branded LG Optimus 2X might be in the list.

As you might know, Motorola recently began teasing a new Android Honeycomb-based tablet for the upcoming event, which ought to be the same unit demonstrated by Andy Rubin at Dive Into Mobile.

There is a possibility that Verizon’s list of devices might also include this upcoming Motorola tablet. But no confirmation is yet out from the carrier as well as Motorola.

But we believe that customers are more eager to hear about the announcement of a Verizon iPhone than a Droid or Optimus device.

It is expected that a series of leaked pictures and videos might appear before the event. We will let you know as soon as we get more info. So stay tuned to this space.

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