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Sprint is one of the first wireless carriers to announce availability of the brand new Motorola Moto X. Okay, so it’s rather vague, but Sprint says it’s coming “later this
Sprint announced on Tuesday that 41 new markets are officially seeing 4G LTE speeds across the United States. With notable cities that include Philadelphia; the Bronx and Brooklyn, N.Y.; and Jacksonville,
We just received word from Amazon on a new, limited-time promotion for the Samsung Galaxy S4. Starting on Sunday, July 28 and running through Thursday, August 1, Amazon will offer
Evleaks twitter page recently posted a few tweets saying that we will be seeing the HTC One Max (T6) on AT&T and the HTC Zara on Sprint. We are not sure
It seems Sprint got a lot of devices up their sleeves as a leaked document by Engadget suggests. However, few of the devices are Android powered and we might see
Sprint confirmed on Thursday that new rate plans will take effect for its customers effective July 12. Called the Unlimited, My Way, and My All-in plans, these are designed to let new and existing
A freshly leaked document tells us that Sprint is soon set to introduce new rate plan options for subscribers. Dubbed Unlimited, My Way, and My All-In, the plans encompass different talk, text,
Sprint and Boost Mobile announced on Thursday that the Kyocera Hydro Edge will be offered as part of their respective smartphone lineup. Sprint gets the waterproof handset on Friday, July
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The 5-inch smartphone runs Jelly Bean and features a 5-inch IPS display.
Sprint announced on Thursday that the LG Optimus F3 will be available starting from June 14. Priced at only $29.99 (with a $50 mail-in rebate reward card) with a two-year service
Rumors have been floating around lately that Sprint is looking to release a 5-inch Android flagship device of their own, and thanks to undisclosed sources it looks like they may
A Motorola XT1056 recently passed through the FCC showing support for Sprint’s LTE bands. Judging by the model number, we might assume this is one of the rumored XFON (X
LG, in their attempt to help bring 4G to lower-end devices, looks to be continuing down that road with a new device. The LG Optimus F3 was shown off by