Huh? Yeah they do... all depends on the carrier's definition of 4G. The 9860 is HSPA+ compatible, which is being called 4G by essentially all but the CDMA carriers.
@muddasick, if your phone is only connecting at EDGE speeds, that has me wondering what bands your carrier uses. You'll need to check into that. But I have a 9860 and get HSPA+ (a.k.a. 4G) on my carrier (Telus).
didnt your question get answered already?????? your phone WONT work with your carriers 4G and you will need an at&t, rogers or bell 9860 with the 850/1900 HSPA+ bands. vodafone and tmobile branded ones wont work with your network.
um......the 9860 and 9900 support HSPA+, which some carriers are considering a bolt on 4G network and marketing it as such. so "technically" yea they support 4G. just not a true LTE 4G. its a stop-gap in between networks, but is faster than 3G.
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