has posted a couple screenshots of a Verizon 4G "Reference Guide" that compares and contrasts LTE, WiMAX, and HSPA+.
Some quick notes:
Downlink: 5 - 12 Mbps | Uplink: 2 - 5 Mbps
Downlink: 3 - 6 Mbps | Uplink: 500 Kbps
Downlink: 1.5 - 7 Mbps | Uplink: 1 - 4 Mbps
In the Reference Guide, Verizon also touts other advantages of LTE over the competing technologies such as: global adoption, lower latency, and speed to market for device and app development.
Verizon plans to first intro USB modems over 4G followed by smartphones and mobile hotspots.
Visit Droid-Life at the link above for the screenshots and more details. And go here
to learn more about Verizon's upcoming 4G LTE network.
That all being said, we know that the proof of the pudding is in the eating. What do you think about Verizon's 4G claims?