US Cellular Lines Up 7 Android Smartphones Launch by 2012

June 10, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Look what US Cellular customers are in for. The carrier plans to launch seven Android smartphones by 2012 and the additions include their first 4G LTE devices as well. Along with the Android phone launches, they also propose to launch two tablets and a Windows Phone 7 device. The crux of the matter here is that the US Cellular customers have more than one reason to be assured of an interesting future with the carrier looking forward to a healthy portfolio of devices in the coming years.

Motorola will have their role to play through their 4.3-inch device with a dual-core 1GHz processor and world phone capabilities. LG’s role in the trade is to launch their slimmest and lightest smartphone featuring 1GHz processor, 4-inch touchscreen and ultra-bright LCD display that is easy to view in sunlight. A look at the features hints at LG coming up with their own trademark smartphone for the carrier – the LG Optimus.

HTC will be donning the role of dominance with four Android devices on US Cellular. The list includes two smartphones, and a 7-inch Tab. Meanwhile, Samsung and Huawei will also present their entry level phones.

To garnish the move from the carrier service, all of the Android-powered phones will run the Android 2.3 Gingerbread Operating System and will feature Gmail and Google Maps as pre-loaded functions.

If you are thinking as to until when you have to wait, we do have an answer. The carrier has confirmed that their first wave of 4G LTE devices will begin rolling out in November. However, US Cellular hasn’t yet announced any pricing options or specifications of the devices.

So, you do have enough time to save your money and be ready for the launch. What’s your response? Please tell us your views.

© 2008-2012 DeviceMag.com - All rights reserved | Privacy Policy