Get your high speed LTE mobile devices ready to rumble …

So it’s official what everyone has known for some time … EE is no longer just a 2 letter acronym for people who couldn’t be bother to say 2 words … Everything and Everywhere.

The second thing we know is there will be a great range of phones available for sale from ‘soon’ but the court hearings and legal wrangling have yet to ‘stop’ the EE selling these devices.

Everything Everwhere Rebrands As EE, Brings “Super-Fast” 4G LTE Service To The UK: “Happy days are here for those of you living in the UK. First Andy Murray wins his first Grand Slam title and now Everything Everywhere has announced its new brand and model called EE. While EE may sound somewhat ominous— especially since it’s linked to both Orange UK and T-Mobile UK, it brings something that all have been waiting for— the official launching of a true 4G LTE network. This new 4G LTE will bring as EE calls it, ‘super-fast’ mobile service for customers. For now, EE has confirmed the London, Bristol, Cardiff and Birmingham markets are all live at this time, though markets like Derby, Glasgow, Hull, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham, Sheffield and Southampton should have 4G LTE by Christmas of this year. To celebrate, EE will launch 4G LTE capable devices including the Samsung Galaxy S III, HTC One XL and the Huawei Ascend P1 LTE smartphones.

(Via Google Android News Android Forums.)