Sprint issues a save-the-date event to be held January 10, directly after CES keynote

Sprint issues a save-the-date event to be held January 10, directly after CES keynote

CES is right around the corner and we’re getting ready for the onslaught of “exclusive” event invitations to start hitting our inboxes. First up is Sprint, who has asked us to save-the-date for an exclusive event that will take place directly after Tuesday’s keynote with Paul Otellini, President and CEO of Intel Corporation. We have no idea what Sprint has planned but we are going to assume it will have something to do with Intel. Of course anything at this point is pure speculation, but Sprint has promised more details will be “unfolding soon,” so we’ll keep you updated. All we needed to know was that the event will take place at one of the massive hotels and we were sold!

What do you guys think Sprint has planned? Will it be an Intel powered Android device? We’ll just have to wait and see.

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