To say that Sprint’s Nexus is behind its GSM and Verizon counterparts is a bit of an understatement, but things are improving. Last August, Google posted the Jelly Bean binaries for Sprint’s Galaxy Nexus on its website. Now, the Nexus phone is finally getting its first ever factory image uploaded.
Sprint has purchased spectrum and customers from US Cellular. The purchase price is $480 million and will include parts of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri and Ohio including the Chicago and St. Louis.
Jelly, is that you? Sorry, the latest update heading to Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE on Sprint isn’t the bump up to Android 4.1 that you may have expected. But let’s not pass up the opportunity to make the slider handset runs better. What’s new then?
With Sprint looking to merge with Softbank and Clearwire, it might not be too long until we see the US carriers’ rankings really shaken up. Add that to the looming “T-Metro” deal, and Verizon and AT&T, the current leaders by number of subscribers, truly have something to be afraid of.
There are both legal and illegal ways to change your carrier with CDMA devices. Soon, Boost Mobile may allow new customers to flash their Sprint phones directly to Boost Mobile as part of a future promotion. It has not been verified yet, so proceed with the appropriate skepticism.
Would you like to see the old Samsung Galaxy S2 in a all new avatar? It seems your wait is over! Sprint is supposed to launch a refreshed version of the Galaxy S2 in Titanium Gray color, rumored to cost $99 on contract.
According to a new leak, Sprint will release the ZTE Flash, also known as the Sprint Flash, on November 11 for $129.99 with a two-year contract. The Flash boasts a 4.5-inch HD IPS display and is powered by a 1.2GHz Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor.
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.
Back in July, we reported on the upcoming ZTE Flash. After that, the phone seemed to promptly disappear. Now it’s back on the radar, although it has had its name changed to the Sprint Flash.
Verizon released a 4G LTE-equipped version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 back in August, and now its big brother, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is getting a 4G LTE version, courtesy of Sprint.