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.
It was only a week ago that we saw Samsung Galaxy Note 2’s price cut to just $140 and now Amazon Wireless has lowered the bar even further.
New images uploaded to Google Plus (and then pulled) reveal they may have been taken with the AT&T and South Korean Galaxy S4 version.
Sprint is currently offering subscribers an LG Optimus G buy-one-get-one (BOGO) promotion: the first Optimus G costs $199.99 on contract, while the second one is available free of charge, although a new contract is included.
Amazon is usually a pretty good place to grab a deal, but Samsung’s Galaxy S3 for $0.01 is ridiculous. The Galaxy Note 2 is also on sale for just $139.99.
As we ease our way out of the Nexus 4 charade, we’re left to wonder what went so wrong. Whatever the issues were, the more important consideration is whether or not they’re fixed.
Leaked specs and features for a DLXPLUS handset suggest that Verizon is going to sell the HTC M7 as a Droid DNA version in the USA.