We know Sprint will first launch their 4G LTE network in markets like Baltimore, Kansas City, Atlanta, Dallas, Houston and San Antonio by mid-2012. We also know Sprint plans to complete LTE deployment in 2014, but how will that translate in terms of nationwide coverage? Well, at the RCA Expo yesterday, Sprint revealed a projected 4G LTE coverage map for 2014 that gives us a better indication of their plans. As you can see, the green details where we can expect LTE coverage while the light blue represents planned roaming areas. You can compare Sprint’s projected 2014 map to Verizon and AT&T’s current 2012 coverage maps below.
Will you be an early adopter of one of Sprint’s first 4G LTE-enabled Android handsets, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus LTE and LG Viper 4G LTE?
Source: saschasegan of PCMag