By Shailesh Shrivastava email: email@example.com | Feb 18, 2013 07:48 AM EST
T-Mobile looks very busy these days as next some months are going to be really busy for the company. However, the main reason behind this busy schedule is its upcoming 4G LTE hotspot.
T-Mobile is going to launch its Sonic 2.0 Mobile HotSpot LTE on March 27, but before the device could be release a press image has shown the devices to people who are waiting impatiently.
The image shows the hotspot with sleek design and metal border. With power, navigation, Enter, and 'Go back' buttons in the bottom the hotspot gets more space for the display.
The display is colored and shows number of people connected to the hotspot, battery life, network info and many other things.
T-Mobile is going to launch the hotspot with many other devices on March 27. However, price details of the hotspot has not been given by T-Mobile, and also not predicted by anyone so far.
On the same day, T-Mobile is also expected to launch Sasmung Galaxy Exhibit, Samgsung Galaxy S3 LTE, Samsung Galaxy Exhibit and BlackBerry Z10.
T-Mobile is also said to be launching iPhone 5 by mid-April.
T-Mobile's CEO John Legere said in an interview that the carrier would begin offering the iPhone in three to four months. Sources are now reporting that the iPhone 5 will hit T-Mobile by mid-April at the latest. Even though the carrier doesn't officially offer an iPhone currently, it has more than 1.9 million iPhone users on its network using unlocked iPhones.
Moreover, T-Mobile is also going to support HTC's much-awaited smartphone M7 which is going to be launched in just two days.
"According to one of our most trusted sources, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint will launch partners for the HTC M7 in the U.S. market," HTCSource had reported early this month. Sources said, though there are details that show a Verizon variant of the phone is in the works, it will be delayed.