Info and pics continue to trickle in from the Mobile World Congress festivities. Check out some of the gorgeous photos after the jump showing Motorola’s LTE demos. There’s a great comparison shot of LTE video versus fixed broadband (much clearer than the shot I posted last week), and a photo that shows Motorola’s LTE gaming set-up.
The main technology Motorola was showing off was the LTE chipset prototype. According to the specs I’ve seen, it provides a typical user data rate of 10-15 Mbps and ridiculously-negligible latency of roughly 10 milliseconds.
On the business end, Motorola is involved in one of the first LTE operator trials with Verizon, with the lab portion underway now and the field trial scheduled for the second half of this year. Commercial availability of Motorola’s LTE gear is slated for the end of 2009.
Keep reading for photos.