The highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S II is starting to hit the US market and while Sprint’s Epic 4G Touch was supposed to be the first subsidized Galaxy S II,
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.
Looking to get your hands on the Galaxy S II series Epic 4G Touch from Sprint? We can’t blame you, that thing is a beast. The phone goes on sale
Let’s take a look back at some of the bigger, more newsworthy items from last week, shall we? There was plenty to talk about in the world of Android, but we’ve
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
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
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
The wait is over and the Galaxy S II has been finally announced for U.S carriers. Sprint will be the first provider to offer the device to its customers, making
Sprint will be the first U.S. carrier out of the gate to offer the Samsung Galaxy S II this year as the company officially recognizes the phone this evening. The
We’re but one day away from getting the official announcement, but we now have a very clear indication as to how the Sprint version of the Galaxy S II looks.
It’s nice to see the carriers come together for a good cause every now and then. If you haven’t watched the news lately, Hurricane Irene is set to hit the
Sprint has begun offering new data plans for the EVO 4G, designed specifically for non-committal types. Consumers now have three no-contract options to choose from for the HTC EVO View
Let’s take a look back at some of the bigger, more newsworthy items from the last week, shall we? There was plenty to talk about in the world of Android,
Sprint announced earlier today that CEO Dan Hesse will be delivering the keynote address at their upcoming annual developer-centric conference. Formerly known as the Sprint Developer Conference, the three-day Open Solutions
RadioShack’s PR team just shot us a quick note to advise us that the electronics and gadget retailer will soon be offering the Samsung Conquer 4G. Expected to arrive on