First Samsung did it, now Fujitsu, Motorola, and NEC (respectively in that pic) have rolled out three new HSDPA prototype handsets capable of hitting 3.6Mbps -- currently the maximum achieved of the theoretical 14Mbps limit of HSDPA. The devices were co-developed with NTT DoCoMo who plan to begin rollout of their HSDPA services in Japan starting sometime between July and September. DoCoMo will be turnin' out their new line-up at the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona starting 13 Feb so you can expect some more detail in a few.

[Via I4U News]

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