Samsung To Launch Affordable 4G Phones


Mobile Phones costs are very much, and it is not possible for the middle class peoples to afford it. And now 4G phones are been launched, which shakes our pockets if we own it.

Samsung India is trying to launch affordable LTE devices, even as the electronics major launched its high-end Galaxy S5 smart phone to bolster its line up in a segment where analysts say its growth has weakened thanks to competition from the likes of Apple, Sony, Nokia and LG.

"The landscape we see is TDD LTE on 2300 MHz band, 3G on 2100 MHz and 900 MHz bands and FDD LTE on 1800 MHz band. Now that we know this will happen, we can start looking at road maps that take this into account,"

It is been said that Samsung's roll out strategy will depend on the network roll outs by carriers and the scale they can build.
Mobile phone companies including Bharti Airtel, Reliance Jio Infocomm, Vodafone India and Idea Cellular bought airwaves in the 900 MHz and 1800 MHz bands in a government auction in February, after which the latter two indicated their plans to launch LTE services on the 1800 MHz bands.

Bharti Airtel is the only company among the four that has launched LTE data services in four circles and LTE voice services in one circle (Bangalore). The market is keenly awaiting Reliance Jio Infocomm's arrival in this space, which is expected later this year. Jio is the lone company to own 4G bandwidth countrywide, and may launch affordable 4G services to create disruption in the market.

Think of it, the internet speed will be more than it was earlier and it will be in affordable prices. It is been predicted that Samsung will launch 2015 onwards LTE devies.