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For a limited time, all new Sprint customers can grab a 4G Android smartphone for one penny.
Another smart phone has been spotted hanging out at the FCC hoping to pick up its papers on the way to the Now Network. A Samsung SDH-D600 was recently found
Citing multiple issues with force closing of apps and not recognizing the microSD card, Sprint it halting the 2.2 update.
No, you didn’t read the title wrong, the Samsung Epic 4G and the Sanyo Zio are both getting some Froyo love on February 21st.
On the heels of T-Mobile’s announcement that Vibrant owners will start seeing Froyo this week, Sprint has issued a statement on the status of a Froyo update for its Galaxy
There is no doubting the success of the Galaxy S phones, made by Samsung. In the US alone, each of the four major carriers (that’s Verizon, Sprint, AT&T, and T-Mobile)
Sprint has released a statement, claiming that the Epic 4G Froyo update that hit over the weekend was a test build, and not the final approved software.
Sprint has unexpectedly released Froyo for the Samsung Epic 4G OTA. They’ve beat the other 3 major carriers by getting Froyo to their Galaxy S device first.
The ten finalists are in for Sprint’s Epic Movie Contest and they are a mixed bag of epic epic-ness. Each of these winners have received a finalist prize and
Samsung has made their Android 2.2 Froyo build available to Galaxy S handsets in the UK, but when will it hit the United States? According to the latest batch of related news, this could be sooner, rather than later.
It looks like Sprint has another Samsung Galaxy S phone coming down the road. At least, that is what it appears to be at first glance. Called the Samsung Transform, it bears a striking resemblance to the Epic 4G. So what makes it different?
This week’s episode of the AndroidGuys Monday night podcast is now available to listen to on demand. As per the norm our panel consisted of AndroidGuys staff members Sam Herren and myself as well as Nick Gray (HTCSource) and Andrew Kamika (Androinica). Joining us this week was Eric Lehman as where we dished on Sprint, EVO 4G, Epic 4G, SERO, and rumored handsets.
Their contribution to slower OS updates notwithstanding, a lot of us would feel a lot better about OEM’s custom UIs if they could just be turned off if a user
We knew the Galaxy S was doing well overseas but how would it be received here in the United States? From the sounds of it, Samsung’s flagship line of phones