But EE has confirmed to me today that the Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE it is selling supports all of them. You need to make sure that you buy the LTE version and not the normal 3G model that's been on sale for months though. If you need a phone that's as future-proofed as it's possible to get in the world of cutting-edge tech, that's the one I'd recommend buying. Yes, I know that technically other phones are available that support 4G, but do they particularly matter?. One caveat here -- we don't actually know how easy it will be to move from one network to another's 4G. It's possible the phone networks will use the switch to prevent people from unlocking their phones and hopping over to a rival once their contract is up. But it seems sensible to try to pick a phone now that supports all the UK 4G bands, which will at least make switching providers technically possible.
Another related question -- is it even worth buying a phone without 4G capability now? For those at the cutting-edge with iPhone 5 iphone screen protector or not and Galaxy S3 amounts of money to spend, I'd say no, For those with more modest budgets, 4G will take a couple of years at least to be available across the country, so you can mostly ignore it for now, providing you're okay with buying a new phone when your contract is up, Do you have any questions about 4G? Ask me in the comments below and I will try and find out the answers for you, And while you're here, check out our speed test video of every 4G-ready smart phone EE is selling as of today..
EE is selling a Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE that supports all the 4G bands we'll be getting in the UK -- reason enough to buy it over an iPhone 5. One question I am asked all the time is whether the Samsung Galaxy S3 is better than the iPhone 5. It's the new "Mac or PC?" I have a fairly standard answer for this, which is that it depends on what you want from a phone. The S3 is better for people that like a product with loads of features they can customise, and a working map. The iPhone is better for those that prefer a simpler product with less extraneous stuff they will barely use.
The mysterious mobile would see the company who made Clippy taking matters into its own hands, just as it already has with its Windows 8-powered Surface tablet, BGR cites an unnamed source, who said that the phone is nearly finished and will launch 'in the coming months', A separate report from China Times reckons the Windows-branded mobile would be revealed in the first half of iphone screen protector or not next year however, A Microsoft phone might seem like a weird notion, but it could make a lot of sense for Ballmer and his PowerPoint pals, Microsoft badly needs Windows Phone to take off, and if it thinks its recognisable brand could make that happen, then it could make the jump into mobile making..
That said, Microsoft has some very capable partners on board for Windows Phone 8, including Nokia, Samsung and HTC. Microsoft won't want to upset those companies by flogging an own-brand rival device -- the revealing of the Surface tablet had PC-makers like Acer steaming. Several Windows Phone 8 devices have already been revealed, the most intriguing of which are the Nokia Lumia 920, the HTC 8X and the abominably-named Samsung Ativ S. I've stuck a hands-on video of HTC's mobile below, for your delectation.