Sprint to offer $200 Optimus G on November 9

Sprint to offer $200 Optimus G on November 9

Sprint, coming just hours after AT&T and their Optimus G announcement, have come out with pricing and a launch date for the quad-core smartphone.  Look for their version to arrive on November 9 with the same $199.99 price tag, with a two-year service agreement.  The handset, which features  a 4.7-inch 128-x768 IPS HD display, 2GB RAM, 2100mAh battery, and 13-megapixel camera, should do quite well for the Now Network. Like AT&T, Sprint, too, will be offering pre-order sales for the Optimus G.  If you’re interested in picking one of these up for yourself, you can start paying for it as soon as November 1.

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