Come on, you’ve got to admit it, giving a 3D presentation for a 3D phone is actually quite cool. We’re talking about the EVO 3D and the EVO View, the
According to a press release, Sprint will be releasing an OTA update for the Samsung Galaxy Tab and the Samsung Epic 4G. No, its not Gingerbread (Android 2.3), it just
Boy Genius is reporting today that Best Buy has announced that they will be begin to take pre-orders for the Sprint version of the Nexus S starting today. There is no word on what the final pricing is going to be for the Gingerbread handset, but Boy Genius confirmed by contacting a Best Buy store that a deposit of $50 will guarantee you a phone on launch, which will be applied to the final purchase price. BGR also reports that the Sprint version is identical to the T-Mo version, but slightly thicker because of the CDMA and WiMAX radios. More information as we get it on the Sprint Nexus S.
In an unfathomable move, the third largest wireless carrier in the US has allowed Google passage far beyond what anyone would have expected. Today, before the company’s scheduled CTIA show-off
Today Sprint announced a new device to their slowly growing, yet greatly improving line of Android devices. Sprint announced the Nexus S 4G, their fourth 4G phone. The Nexus S 4G will be sporting the same Super AMOLED screen that can be found on the T-Mobile’s Nexus S. Other specs are also just about exactly the same, so if you were hoping for a dual core Nexus S, you’re still going to have to wait.
Didn’t see this one coming so close to CTIA. The Motorola XOOM has been spotted with Sprint branding, and the leak source looks pretty reliable. BGR has posted the image
A little birdie (not of the “Angry” type) has informed us that some Sprint managers have been receiving emails from Motorola regarding an upcoming phone launch that will require an
A week from now and we’ll know for certain but the preliminary specs for the upcoming EVO 3D have landed online. Look for an Android 2.3.2-powered device with dual-core, qHD display, and more!
If you have been considering switching over to Sprint as your mobile carrier, (I know I have been, sorry T-mo, you are the only carrier with no 3G and no service in my home area), now may be the time to do it. Sprint is right now offering people who have smartphone contracts with other carriers $125 for each number ported over. If you are a non-smartphone user, they are offering $50. Check out the quote from Sprint’s posting on their site:
Privus Mobile, who has offered a paid caller ID service via the Market for quite a while, announced a partnership with Sprint that will bring Privus’ features to all of
After a no-show at MWC this year, Sprint is looking to make CTIA all about the new and improved carrier. Promising to “pull back the curtain with the latest in
Citing multiple issues with force closing of apps and not recognizing the microSD card, Sprint it halting the 2.2 update.
What does Sprint have up their sleeve for later this week? Are they teasing us with another Android announcement ahead of next month’s CTIA show?
Sprint has put together a trio of videos to give viewers a front-row seat to their Kyocera Echo announcement from earlier in the week. If you haven’t had a chance to learn about the device yet, now’s your chance!