Wanted an iPhone 5 to tie into my whole Apple ecosystem - iPad, MacBook Pro, iPod etc. - and to replace my current Android phone. However, after seeing it, am not impressed. In fact am getting bored of iOS nowadays, where as Android seems to becoming more and more 'fresh' with each new build. 4.1 seems awesome. So, I'm really, really considering the Nexus 4. Spec-wise, it's amazing, and for the price, it's even more amazing. But as you all know it doesn't have LTE, it's HSPA+. Now, I live in the UK, and the only network that supports LTE is EE, and it's hellish expensive for what you get, so I was wondering, if I got the Nexus 4, how long would it be before LTE became the standard for mobile internet? Will HSPA+ still be developed, or will it just plateaux now?