Rogers Communications Inc. will expand its 4G long-term evolution (LTE) wireless network into Toronto on Sept. 28 and roll out LTE devices this fall, the company announced Tuesday. Included in the company's new LTE devices will be the Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone, an HTC smartphone, LTE Internet sticks from Sierra and Rogers, and an LTE-ready tablet to be produced by “a leading manufacturer,” Rogers said in a release. Each of the new devices will have maximum theoretical download speeds of up to 100 Mbps, outpacing the maximum 75 Mbps capable on the company's Rocket sticks now available for its LTE network in Ottawa, Rogers said. Future devices operating on the company’s high-capacity LTE networks will be capable of achieving maximum theoretical speeds of up to 150 Mbps, the company said. Rogers became the first Canadian carrier to offer LTE services when its Ottawa network came online July 7. The company said it also intends to deploy LTE networks in Montreal and Vancouver this year.