HTC Fireball could be the first global phone from Verizon with LTE support
The Verizon HTC Fireball is in the news again, but it’s not as exciting as you might think. New images from Verizon’s inventory system have surfaced which show the HTC Fireball’s ADR6410L product number along with some of the phone’s network features. Yes, the HTC Fireball will feature E911 calling, Bluetooth, mobile messaging and 4G, but the main feature to catch our attention is that it will feature global roaming capabilities.
The HTC Fireball is expected to be a 4G LTE enabled Android phone, but we’re going to assume that its global roaming abilities will only apply to 3G networks in Europe and across the rest of the world. It would be nice if the phone would be able to roam on other LTE networks, but Verizon’s LTE deployment in the U.S. is currently light years ahead of its global competitors.
All other specs for the HTC Fireball are still unknown, but we wouldn’t be surprised if the phone was running on Android 2.3.5 with HTC Sense 3.5 and a lot of the same specs that are found on the HTC Rezound which only launched last month. As soon as we get any more details t the phone or come across a leaked image, we’ll be sure to let you know.