While we all welcomed last week’s rumor that Sprint’s LTE speeds were headed to a number of prepaid phones on Boost and Virgin Mobile, we couldn’t help but be cautious and take the info with a pinch of salt – after all, it was just unconfirmed speculation.
Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE is now official, heading to Sprint on September 16
We’ve seen plenty of new budget-friendly mid-rangers launched by Samsung these past couple of months, but one more can’t hurt, right? Especially when it comes to Sprint, a carrier that seemed to miss out on Sammy phones oriented towards people that can’t afford the Galaxy S3.
We know that Sammy leads when talking about sales of mid-range or entry-level phones, which is why it’s very nice to hear the Android king is looking to strengthen its position in those market niches. The guys at The Verge have been tipped from anonymous sources about no less than five new mid-rangers from Samsung.
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