Samsung intros LTE 4G netbook

February 15, 2010 at 7:54 am

Samsung N150Samsung has demoed the first Long Term Evolution (LTE) netbook at the Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona. LTE is the next-generation mobile network that promises to deliver higher speeds and lower latency to users. It has used its Samsung N150 netbook to demonstrate LTE capabilities with the embedded Kalmia chipset.

The specs of the Samsung N150 remain the same apart from the inclusion of the LTE-enabling Kalmia chipset. Samsung says that rollout of LTE enabled netbooks will depend on demand. The initial deployment of LTE began in 2009, but trials have continued into 2010.

Via Engadget.


976 Responses to “Samsung intros LTE 4G netbook”

  1. Bob said:
    February 15th, 2010 12:40 PM

    Need a test review for this (esp. battery). In terms of speed it can’t get better than LTE. There is confusion over deployment of 3G in places like India. I say, if one has waited so long, why not wait a while more and jump straight away to LTE instead. High Speed Wireless Braodband is already there along with local Wifi for mobility.