First CDMA iPhone 4 / iPhone 5 on Verizon to Gallop on 1.2 GHz Processor?

by Jeffry on August 13, 2010

DVICE has penned down important information on the CDMA version of iPhone 4 that would be landing on Verizon network. The information is coming directly from a legit source who claims to have handled prototypes of the rumored iPhone Verizon. The next iPhone 4 is said to be galloping on 1.2 GHz chip and A4 processor, sporting a 3.7 inch screen display, a new internal antenna and more.


After some many leaks and rumors, it seems that USA might be bestowed with CDMA version of iPhone 4 on Verizon no later than the first quarter of 2011. Will it be renamed to iPhone 5 or iPhone HD or iPhone 4S is still not clear. Stay tuned! We will post you with latest updates on iPhone 4 CDMA, as and when new information stems in!

Notably, Verizon has over 93 million customers in US and making the iPhone 4 (iPhone 5) available through Verizon CDMA network could open up a significant new market for Apple helping Apple to nearly double the number of iPhone users in the U.S and if iPhone 4 lands-up with T-Mobile, the iPhone 4 sales would increase by a little more than a third.

Apple now wants to imitate Google strategy of rolling out its major smartphone across all major carriers (Verizon/Sprint/AT&T/T-Mobile). Well, rolling out iPhone 4 across major US carriers might play a pivotal role in increasing iPhone 4 sales significantly. What do you think? Any thought?

You may also like to check out more on CDMA Verizon iPhone 4

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  • Eryk

    To Editor:

    CDMA- Code Devision Multiple Access has been implemented in the iphone 3G and has been around since the first iteration of the 3G standard.

    All iphones USE CDMA (appart form the 1gen)

    The new Iphone rumours might state that it will use 4G (LTE or WiMax) The modulation technique used by those standards is OFDMA Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access!

  • Rawrpony83

    They should really put it our to at least Sprint as well. They have the first up and running 4G connection and it would definitely be a wise choice to go with as well. 4G=faster than Verizon’s 3G.

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