The fourth major U.S. carrier, Sprint, has now released their version of an early phone upgrade program. Sprint is planning the launch of their “One Up” program on September 20th,
Sprint today turned on 4G LTE service in 34 more markets, featuring an enhanced customer experience that provides faster data speeds in more places where customers want it. Sprint already offers
Best Buy and HTC announced yesterday that the Metallic Blue version of the HTC One will be available at the retailer on Sunday, September 15.In an interesting twist, it appears
At long last, Motorola’s flagship smartphone, the Moto X, is now available at all five major wireless providers. AT&T, Sprint, U.S. Cellular, Verizon Wireless, and T-Mobile. To be clear, the
Sprint announced on Monday that the LG G2 will be offered “in time for the holidays”, tapping the phone with pre-order date of Friday, October 11. Priced at $199.99 with
Sprint confirmed on Thursday that the Moto X smartphone will be offered on the carrier’s website and in stores starting September 6. The 16GB model will be sold at $199.99
Could T-Mobile be late to the game or will they not offer the Note 3 at all? We’ll find out soon enough!
Sprint is set to offer the rumored blue version of the HTC One in but a few weeks time, according to a new leaked roadmap. Reportedly, the flagship shows up
The picture gets a bit clearer today for the HTC Zara, a smartphone rumored to arrive later this year. Alleged to be a plastic take on the HTC One design,
Pricing and exact availability is unclear however we should expect it in the next few weeks.
A limited-time promotion sees the carrier offering all HTC One models in a Buy-One-Get-One-Free deal.
Sprint announced on Tuesday that the carrier is now offering a new color option of the Samsung Galaxy S4. Indeed, the Purple Mirage version joins Black Mist and White Frost as
Customization is reported to be locked down with AT&T until November.
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
Motorola announced on Thursday that the Moto X will soon arrive at five major wireless providers in the United States. Indeed, the smartphone will be offered at Verizon, AT&T, Sprint,