Sprint Galaxy Nexus LTE coming this April 22nd?

By: t-marco April 9th, 2012

Back in January, Samsung and Sprint officially announced the new Galaxy Nexus LTE version. Sprint said it will run on Android 4.0 while showing off a 4.65 in. HD super Amoled Display, a 16Gb Internal Memory, front camera, and  Google Wallet.  Now, an internal document indicates that the new Samsung Galaxy Nexus LTE will be arriving at Sprint on April 22nd.

Other than the Galaxy Nexus, Sprint’s LG Viper LTE smartphone will be available on April 15th.

Stay tuned for more information

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Sprint Announces the HTC EVO Design 4G

By: t-marco October 19th, 2011

Sprint just announced the new HTC EVO Desing 4G. This a  new model after the original HTC EVO 4G. The new Design will feature WiMax 4G speeds, a 4″ qHD device with Android 2.3, HTC Sense, a 1.2GHz processor, a 5 megapixel camera,  HD video, a front-facing camera. The box includes a 8GB microSD card.

The new HTC EVO Design 4G will come this October 23rd for $100.00

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Sprint will launch a bunch of LTE/CDMA smartphones and tablets by mid 2012

By: t-marco October 7th, 2011

Sprint said Friday that it will stop selling phones and other devices compatible with Clearwire Corp.’s current network at the end of the year, after it switches on its own higher-speed, fourth-generation data network LTE. By the end of next year, Sprint aims to have a combined WiMAX/LTE population coverage of 176 million — with 123 million covered by LTE and 76 million overlapping both.

The LTE band that Sprint will use is the 1900 bands A-G and the devices will be available mid 2012.  The regular CDMA/WiMax devices will continue to be sold through 2012 but eventually it will stop.

Clearwire, a Sprint partner, has said that it plans to build an LTE network in parallel with WiMax, and Sprint’s Hesse left the door open to having Sprint buy access to that network after 2012.

Via Engadget

And the Race started : Now Pre-order the Epic 4G Touch for only 99.99

By: t-marco September 9th, 2011

Te race for who can sell the new Epic 4G Touch for less has begun! First, Wirefly offered the new Galaxy S II for Sprint as a pre-sale for only 199.99. Then, Walmart decide to run the race with the same price. Not happy with that, Walmart has decided to reduce the price up to US$ 99.99 for new customers and US$ 154.99 for renewals.

You cannot pass this opportunity to own a new Samsung Epic 4G touch right now.  The competition is too hot!

UPDATE : Pre-Order your Samsung Galay S II – Epic 4G Touch for only US$150

By: t-marco September 6th, 2011



Cant’ wait for the Galaxy S II aka Epic 4G Tour for Sprint ? This is your opportunity to get it for less. Wirefly is offering ( as a pre-sale ) the new Epic 4G Touch for only US$ 150 dollars with a new customer 2 year contract. That is $50 dollars less than Sprint’s price.  Don’t wait and get yours now!

Samsung Epic 4G Touch full Specifications revealed

By: t-marco September 2nd, 2011

The day that Samsung and Sprint will launch the new Epic 4G Touch aka Samsung Galaxy S II is getting closer and now, thanks to AndroidCentral we can get  the complete list of features of the Epic 4G Touch.

First Press Shots of the Samsung Epic 4G Touch

By: t-marco August 28th, 2011

Sprint’s launch of the new Galaxy S II aka Samsung Epic 4G Touch is getting closer and now, thanks to Pocketnow, we will show you the first official pictures of the Epic 4G Touch.

Samsung had scheduled an event for tomorrow August 29th (now postponed because the hurricane alert) to talk about this device. But, everything is on time for the launch of the Epic 4G Touch for September 9th.

Stay tuned for more information

Sprint Sells Blackberry Bold 9930 for 199.99

By: t-marco August 22nd, 2011

Sprint, just recently announced the new Blackberry Bold 9930 for US$ 249.99 but now Sprint.com has just started selling the new Bold for only US$ 199.99, probably matching the price that Walmart offered few days ago. This is an aggressive marketing for Sprint, trying to beat T-Mobile’s price for the Bold and try to match Walmart’s.

Pre-Order your Samsung Conquer 4G for Free …NOW!

By: t-marco August 7th, 2011

As always, we share with you the best deals on Sprint phones, and this time a new 4G is ready for pre-order and free! Just  a few days ago, Sprint announced the new Samsung Conquer 4G , available August 21 for $ 100.00. Now, you can own it for free if you are a new customer or for $79.99 if you want to renew your contract.  Yes , Walmart is having a great sale and offering a pre-order of the Samsung Conquer 4G. Get yours NOW!

The Conquer 4G sports a 3.5 inch touchscreen, a 1GHz processor and dual cameras so you can video chat virtually anywhere. This device runs on the Android 2.3 platform which gives you the latest Android software available for smartphones. The Samsung Conquer 4G offers a truly customizable experience with Sprint ID. You can get the most out of this phone by customizing your experience based on your needs and interests.

Samsung Conquer 4G (Sprint) also includes:

  • 4G Data Capabilities
  • 3.5″ Touchscreen
  • 3.2MP Rear Camera & 1.3MP Front-Facing Camera
  • Android 2.3 Platform
  • 1GHz Processor
  • Sprint ID Customizable UI
  • 3G/4G Wi-Fi Hotspot Capabilities
  • MicroSD Card Slot Supports up to 32GB
  • Stereo Bluetooth Technology
  • GPS Capabilities

Included Accessories:

  • Lithium Ion Battery
  • AC Phone Charger
  • MicroSD Memory Card (Installed)
  • MicroSD Adapter
  • Getting Started Guides


Samsung Conquer pushed to late August

By: t-marco July 25th, 2011

According with Android central and Sam’s Club inventory, the new Android phone for Sprint, Samsung Conquer is pushed back to late August.

The Conquer 4G is expected to have a 1GHz processor, 3.5-inch display, 3.2-megapixel camera, and front-facing 1.3 megapixel camera. The Android 2.3-powered phone recently cleared the FCC, where it was listed as having support for Sprint’s SMR 800MHz band. As Zeman reminds us, this means that the phone will be able to use voice services on the spectrum once Sprint transitions the push-to-talk iDEN off.