While it is more or less a given that flagship phones of 2013 have 4G LTE connectivity, it is always nice to have it confirmed. Samsung will be launching the next-gen Galaxy S device tomorrow and LTE is one of the features many predicted would be part of the phone, and rightfully so. Well the good news is that if you were ever in doubt, UK carrier EE has confirmed that the Galaxy S4 will indeed feature 4G LTE connectivity. This was revealed in a tweet by the carrier who wrote, “It’s coming to superfast 4GEE.”

However as far as the UK market is concerned, this would mean that the UK version of the Galaxy S4 will be able to access the 4G 1800MHz spectrum used by EE, and assuming 4G LTE is a given for all versions of the Galaxy S4, we expect that other bands will be supported as well. In any case if you can’t wait for the Galaxy S4, be sure to check back with us tomorrow for all the details. This confirmation by EE makes them the second carrier to confirm that the Galaxy S4 will arrive in the UK (Three was the first).

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