According to Sprint’s and T-Mobile’s Nexus 5 support pages, the LG-made device will be receiving Android 5.0.1, a minor update that mainly fixes bugs, today.
Sprint will throttle these new users to make sure their network is fine for other customers.
Sprint has unveiled a major boon for current Verizon or AT&T customers willing to switch over to the Now Network. Customers who switch from Verizon or AT&T will see their bill cut in half.
Sprint won an award from Consumer Reports as the lowest ranked wireless carrier in 2014.
Thinking of buying a Nexus 6 on Sprint? Google may be offering $50 in Play Store credit to customers who buy the device between 11/28 and 12/1!
Folks over at XDA got their hands on a Lollipop test build for Sprint’s version of the Samsung Galaxy S5.
The Nexus 6 experiences more delays in it’s early days of being available, but you can still buy it at Best Buy!
The Sprint Galaxy S5 and AT&T Galaxy Note 3 have finally received updates to Android 4.4.4.
Sprint has officially lowered the contract price for the Nexus 6 from $299 to $249, and will refund those that paid the original price of $299.
The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is now available for purchase in the US, with prices ranging between $840 and $946.