Looking for an affordable LTE phone? You can grab the HTC One SV and ZTE Force off-contract on Boost Mobile soon for $300 and $200, respectively.
The U.S. HTC One models have hit the FCC, with the Sprint version expected to be soon released, although availability dates for the device are not public yet.
Sprint announced Friday morning via a press release that the Kyocera Torque would become available on March 8 for $99 on a two year contract and after a $50 mail-in-rebate.
It was pretty smart to unveil the One before the Samsung Galaxy S4, but that’s going to mean zilch if HTC’s flagship won’t also be out in stores by the time the S4 is official. The sooner the better.
With MWC still not on the road yet, we have to quench our thirst for new gadgets with something much more down to earth – the Sprint Force.
It’s that time of year again when phone makers roll out their latest and finest Android offerings. For those who don’t mind sporting last year’s flagship device, such as the Galaxy Note 2, here’s an offer that might interest you.
It must be quite frustrating for Sprint subscribers to see the carrier leaving out some big markets from its recent LTE rollouts. But for those who live in San Francisco, it looks like the 4G LTE wait is over.
It turns out the top 5 rated Sprint devices are mostly Android, with the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 reigning supreme, followed by the LG Optimus G and the ubiquitous Samsung Galaxy S3.
U.S. availability details for the HTC One (M7) have apparently been leaked. The handset will arrive on March 22 with pricing starting at $199.99 if recent reports are to be believed.
If you own the Samsung Galaxy S3 or Galaxy Note 2 on Sprint, get ready to receive a bundle of software update surprise from the carrier.