ZTE Honeycomb Tablet Pays A Visit to FCC, Sprint or Bust?

ZTE tablets have been popping up left and right lately, from the ZTE T98 to the Smart Tab 7, and we’ve got another one to add to the list: the ZTE V55. It just passed through the FCC, and it would appear that the tablet is headed for Sprint. Provided they don’t make any changes... ...

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CMT Gets Its Own Sprint ID Pack, Ya’ll

Country Music Television (CMT) has become the latest brand to get its own Sprint ID pack, joining the like of ESPN, MTV, E!, and many more.  As is the case with other ID Packs, this one is chock full of apps, widgets, icons, ringtones, wallpapers, and other branded stuff designed to appeal to ...

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Press Shot of Sprint’s HTC Evo Design 4G Arrives

An official press image of the unannounced HTC EVO Design 4G arrived online earlier this week, giving us hope that Sprint could be close to announcing the handset. Known in other circles as the Hero S, Hero 4G, and Kingdom, the phone looks to Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread and feature a single-core ...

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Sprint to Give Away 1,500 Nexus S 4Gs at Open Solutions Conference

Sprint announced today that Samsung will be a premier partner for their 11th annual developer conference, taking place in early November. What does that mean to those who sign up for the three-day event? Well, if you are among the first 1,500 registered attendees, you’ll walk out with a ...

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Sprint Releases Overview Video for Motorola Admiral, Forgets to Announce Phone

Sprint has tossed a video online this afternoon which provides a walk-through of the features for the Motorola Admiral.  That’s awesome and all, but there’s no Admiral announcement to go with the video.  Considering that the Android-powered phone has yet to be unveiled we are ...

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Google Wallet Rolls Out to All Sprint Nexus S 4G Phones; Visa, Discover and AmEx Climb Aboard

As expected, Google Wallet has begun its nationwide rollout today, expanding to all Nexus S 4G (Sprint) phones. As most of you know, the Wallet service lets users pay for products in the real world simply by tapping their NFC-enabled Android handset against a compatible card reader. Those of ...

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Samsung Epic 4G Touch Now on Sale at Sprint

The Samsung Galaxy S II has officially arrived in the United States today as the Epic 4G Touch goes on sale at Sprint stores around the country.  Available for $199 with a qualified two-year service agreement, the phone runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread and features a 4.52-inch Super AMOLED Plus ...

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Motorola Admiral to Sport Sprint’s Direct Connect

Here’s a phone we’ve had almost no information on until now. We first saw a picture of the mysterious device back in July. Then in August, we saw its name leaked. But it wasn’t until today that the two would come together to form an identity which is: The Motorola Admiral. ...

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Sprint Announces $99 LG Marquee for October 2

Sprint and LG have announced their next collaboration, the Marquee, and Android 2.3 Gingerbread handset that marries both style and substance.  Making its debut smack dab in the middle of New York Fashion Week, the $99 handset features a 4″ NOVA Display, 1GHz processor, 5-megapixel ...

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Optimus Black Coming to Sprint as ‘LG Marquee’

As some of you may have heard, a recent RadioShack YouTube video inadvertently outted a new LG handset for Sprint.  Showing up as a cameo in a clip designed to promote the white Evo 3D, the only thing we had to go on was a name “LG Marquee” and a frontal shot of the phone.  Here ...

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Sprint Debuts ‘Sprint Drive First’ App to Alleviate Distracted Driving

Sprint announced a new application for their subscribers today which is designed to lessen distracted driving.  Called Sprint Drive First, it automatically locks a phone once it’s found to be going faster than 10 miles per hour.  The app will disable nearly all functions, directing calls ...

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Sprint Unveils $50 Kyocera Milano for September 9th

Verizon isn’t the only carrier announcing an Android handset with one day’s notice this week. Sprint has unveiled the Kyocera Milano, a low-cost Gingerbread handset with a sliding QWERTY keyboard. Due tomorrow, September 9th, the phone will cost customers only $50 with a two-year ...

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Sprint’s “Rewards Me Plus” Program is for Employees Only

Yesterday saw a Sprint Playbook leaked online which shows what the carrier will be doing over the next few months. Among the details in the playbook were notes of new devices, policy changes, and a rewards program. Called “Rewards Me Plus” it was described as a new phone at full ...

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Budget-Friendly Kyocera Milano on its Way to Sprint

Kyocera has announced their newest Android device: the Milano. It’s not very flashy, with a 3-inch display, Android 2.3, 512MB of RAM, and an 800MHz processor, but we didn’t expect much from a low-end device. The Milano is set to hit Sprint on September 9th for just %50 on a new ...

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Sprint Confirms ETF Rising to $350 for ‘Advanced Devices’

Sprint confirmed with PhoneScoop today that the early termination fee for Android phones and tablets will soon rise from $200 to $350. According to an official statement emailed to the mobile tech blog, the new pro-rated policy will take effect on September 9th and will apply to ‘advanced ...

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