Dyle, a mobile-television venture launched by a coalition of cable operators, networks and station owners, reportedly plans to debut a phone and a tablet that will let users watch live local TV from partners NBC, Fox, Telemundo, Univision and ION Networks. The products are to be part of a partnership with MetroPCS, which would carry the service over its 4G network in 14 markets. The phone will have a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen, the company said, and will be priced as a "premium" device.
Dyle prepares to take TV mobile with tablet, smartphone
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