Sprint Launching Samsung Replenish, A ‘Green’ Android Phone

Do you love the environment around you and want to be eco-friendly? Then it looks like your dream is about to come true as our friends over at Android Central got their hands on few images which is showing that Sprint is launching a “green” Android phone which is known as Samsung Replenish. According to the leaked information, Sprint will announce it on April 15 and it will be available for sale on May 5. As the leaked information came directly from Sprint internal pages, we feel pretty solid about this rumor. Dates of course may change, but we will keep our ear to the ground on info on this handset. So, is anyone looking forward to an eco-friendly Android phone?

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