4-in-1: 4G, 4G LTE for $349 unlocked and $499 for a two-year contract

4G is coming, and you should be getting it by the end of the year.

But even if you’re not quite ready to buy, 4K displays and HDR are still the big new thing, and the first phones that offer them have already arrived.

So here’s what you need to know to make sure you’re prepared to buy.

4G Ready The first phones to support 4G are expected to arrive later this year, but you can buy them unlocked or for the $399 unlocked price.

That’s because the 4G standard will be phased out at the end the year, meaning all 4G phones will be compatible with LTE, but not the standard.

So you can choose to buy one of the new devices if you want the new version to come pre-installed, or to upgrade your phone to the new device if you don’t.

Here’s what to expect.

A New Kind of 4G A 4G phone will have LTE bands that span a much wider range of frequencies than 2G, and it will support a wide variety of 4K video and other features.

In fact, 4 G phones will have the same features that 4G smartphones have already: the ability to stream content in 4K at up to 1080p, and even 4K HDR content.

This means you’ll get all of the high-definition video you’d expect to get with 4G.

But it also means that there’s more bandwidth to handle, which means that you can expect to see higher bit rates, and higher latency, on those 4G networks.

That will be especially important in the US, where 4G has been the fastest growing way to get 4K videos to the people who can’t afford the expensive 5G LTE.

4K Video and HDR 4K is coming to the 4-inch screen in 4G devices.

There are two main ways to get high-quality video on your 4G device: streaming on YouTube or Netflix.

If you’re looking for video from a streaming service, such as Netflix, you can use your Google Chromecast.

But if you’d like to watch 4K content, such a service might offer 4K-capable streaming.

So if you already own a 4G-enabled device, you’ll need to buy a 4K device.

Some 4G TVs also support HDR (high dynamic range) content.

And if you have a Google Chromecast that supports HDR, you will be able to use the 4K streaming feature of the Chromecast on your phone, as well.

HDR is still in its infancy, and 4K will become available in the near future, but 4K TVs will be available on most devices that support 4K.

4k-capables can be a little pricey.

For example, the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus starts at $569 unlocked and has a 4k HDR screen.

The LG G6 starts at around $649 unlocked, has a 3,000mAh battery and a 4,000-degree HDR screen, but costs $1,199.

The HTC 10 starts at under $1 to $1.49 a month and has 4K support.

The iPhone 8 Plus starts around $699 unlocked, is available in 4k and HDR, and costs $799.

Samsung has launched 4K phones that start at around £2,000, but there’s also a LG G7 starting at £2.99.

LG is launching the LG G10 this year and is offering a 4-megapixel front-facing camera and a 3-megapixels rear-facing one.

LG also launched a 4x HDR camera that has a f/2.0 aperture and a 1080p camera.

But these cameras don’t have 4K yet, and they’re more expensive than the new 4G models.

The new 4- and 4-K cameras are also more expensive, and not as good as the HDR cameras.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has the best camera in the Galaxy line-up, but it costs a little more than the LG’s HDR cameras, so you’ll have to spend more money for the best 4K camera.

HDR will make it cheaper to get HDR videos.

Samsung’s 4K cameras don.

It also means you will have to pay more for HDR.

HDR videos on the LG and Samsung Galaxy phones will only work with 4K streams.

Samsung also announced a new version of its HDR HDR feature, which lets you turn on and off HDR on the fly.

HDR-capability will also be added to some phones.

For now, all the phones are available unlocked or with 4GB of RAM, but the Galaxy S9 will have 4GB in its box, and Apple will start to ship its first 4G iPhone later this month.

4-G phones are also expected to support a new type of 4-gigabyte data plan, which includes unlimited 4G calls and text, and 3GB of