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Verizon XLTE Phones, Tablets, and Hotspots

With Verizon XLTE expected to be announced on May 19, we have had a number of readers ask about which phones will be able to take advantage of the upgraded speeds. As you may have guessed, most of Verizon’s phones that have been released within the last year are compatible. All they need is support for Band 4 LTE, which is the AWS spectrum that Big Red is pumping into cities to create this XLTE coverage. Phones like the Galaxy S5 and S4, Moto X, DROID ULTRA and MAXX, and One (M8) are all going to be a part of the fun.

Below, you will find a solid list of the types of phones that will work with XLTE, courtesy of our sources. 

Phones

  • Moto X
  • DROID ULTRA
  • DROID MAXX
  • DROID MINI
  • HTC One (M8)
  • HTC One Max
  • LG G2
  • LG Lucid 3
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 3
  • Samsung Galaxy Galaxy S5
  • Samsung Galaxy S4
  • Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini
  • Samsung ATIV SE
  • Lumia Icon
  • Blackberry Q10
  • Blackberry Z30
  • iPhone 5C
  • iPhone 5S

Tablets

  • iPad Air
  • iPad Mini Retina
  • LG G Pad
  • Samsung Note 10.1
  • Samsung Galaxy Note Pro

Jetpacks and Modems

  • UML295 USB Modem
  • Jetpack MHS291L
  • Jetpack Mifi5510L

This is the full list of Verizon XLTE cities.

To learn more about the benefits of XLTE, be sure to read our exclusive report.

Also, this list may not include every single device that is compatible with Verizon XLTE. This is only the initial list that we have been given. If Verizon does go ahead and announce XLTE on May 19, we should have an even better grasp on compatibility.

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