Verizon Going 4G LTE With Nearly Every New Product Michael Kwan January 13, 2012 Verizon announced at CES 2012 that, with very few exceptions, all future smartphones, tablets, netbooks, and wireless hot spots that they offer will come equipped with 4G LTE. That includes Windows-based HTC Trophy and BlackBerry devices, not just Android-supported hardware. Among the exceptions are the phones on Verizon’s push-to-talk network, which are currently 3G-only and will remain so for the time being. Despite growing opposition from AT&T and Sprint, Verizon has been decimating the competition in the LTE race and this new requirement will only help them maintain their lead. They no doubt have the nation’s largest LTE network (I sound like a commercial), and if they can get the occasional outages under control, AT&T and Sprint will be fighting a serious uphill battle. via CNET Share This With The World!