If your fingers have been itching for the LG Mach since we last reported about the phone last month, you’ll be ecstatic to hear that Sprint has finally shared some more details of the Mach’s release date and pricing.
Last week LG announced that Sprint, along with AT&T, would be carrying the LG Optimus G. Sprint confirmed this in a press release today that also announced that they would be bringing the LG Mach and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 to their 4G LTE lineup.
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