The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is now available for purchase in the US, with prices ranging between $840 and $946.
The eagerly awaited day has finally hit, and Sprint is now selling IT. By this we mean the Nexus 6, Motorola’s shamu-sized smartphone. It’s 32GB and Blue.
Sprint is in talks to possibly purchase or invest in FreedomPop.
According to an official Sprint document, the Android 5.0 Lollipop OTA will begin rolling out starting today. This should apply to all Nexus 5 users, not just those with Sprint.
Following T-Mobile (right after launch) and AT&T (earlier today), Sprint announced the availability on its network of the highly anticipated Nexus 6.
Sprint will apparently only carry the 32 GB Midnight Blue Nexus 6 in stores and online. Why the lack of choice?
Sprint’s CEO is considering the idea of ending the carrier’s subsidized pricing structure in order to stem growing losses. Is this good or bad?
AT&T wants customers to contribute towards their data allotment so they can collect as much as $15 per gigabyte overages.
Sprint’s new leasing program will let you pick up a Galaxy S5 or GS5 Sport for nothing down, with 24 months of $20 payments.
Here’s what you need to know about the Galaxy Note 4’s US availability and price on AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile and US Cellular.