Well color me impressed, there is a mobile carrier out there that has actually met it’s self imposed and promised deadline to bring an OS update to and Android device.
Sprint officially announced the arrival of the much anticipated Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. It’ll be available in a 16GB, WiFi version for around $499, and will be available in Sprint stores starting on July 24th.
It has been a few weeks since we last talked about the HTC Kingdom, but lo and behold, it’s back again. This time, the phone has been spied in FCC
Additional details surfaced over the weekend for an upcoming Samsung handset headed to Sprint. Previously known only by its model number SPH-D600, the phone is expected to be called the
Motorola and Sprint took to New York yesterday where they announced a renewed partnership and unveiled a pair of new Android smart phones in the process. Press releases and images
The luncheon is over and Motorola and Sprint have just announced a “reinvigorated” business relationship. As a demonstration of this, Sprint, along with their prepaid brands of Boost Mobile and Virgin
A leaked Sprint product listing points to a sliding a September release for an LG Optimus Slider. We’ll assume the sliding part indicates a sliding QWERTY keyboard here and figure
Sprint has officially tapped their next two products in the EVO line with launch dates and pricing. Come June 24th, Sprint customers will be able to grab the EVO 3D
Android Central recently picked up on an interesting advertisement in Sprint’s Playbook. Along with the fact that it’s advertising the HTC EVO 3D, the headline of the ad mentions a “Fourth Week
The future of commerce was unveiled today as Google, FirstData, Sprint, Citi, and MasterCard announced Google Wallet. Confirming many of the recent rumors, the service is rolling out across select markets
Time to toss another handset on your radar today as we get our first look at the mid-range Samsung SPH-D600 for Sprint. Early details include a 480×320 resolution display, 1GHz
We just got an invite to a luncheon in New York next month where Sprint and Motorola will let attendees get some hands-on time with their latest collaborations. We can’t
On May 26th, Google/ Sprint will be enabling NFC (near field communication) in 5 cities, New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Washington D.C. The only unfortunate part is
Introducing Nexus S™ 4G. The first phone that’s Google™ to the core with Sprint’s lightning fast 4G speed. It’s powerful enough to do just about anything, including filling the internet
Recently, Sprint announced the Motorola XOOM Wi-Fi and we exclusively told you that they will be launching it on May 8th, which Sprint confirmed. The Xoom is the first ever