Alcatel OneTouch announced two new devices today for the Sprint prepaid MVNO Boost Mobile. Alcatel hit a home run earlier this year with the release of the budget Idol 3 phone, so let’s see if they can continue their awesome ... Read More »
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Both handsets share a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, access to enhanced LTE data and a handful of software features:
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Remember Sprint’s promotion that offers to cut your bill in half if you switch from AT&T or Verizon? Well today Sprint extended the offer to one of its prepaid subsidiaries.
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On April 21, LG officially unveiled the G Stylo, a smartphone with a 5.7-inch display and an included stylus for good measure. A week later, T-Mobile confirmed that the new Android-powered handset would be making its way to the magenta carrier sometime in the spring.
Not to be outdone, though, the G Stylo ... Read More »
In February, Motorola announced and launched the Moto E (2nd Gen.), the follow-up to last year’s successful cheap handset. Now, Sprint has gone ahead and confirmed that the new device is available right now in a couple of different options, with a third coming next week.
Sprint says that the newest Moto E is currently available ... Read More »
The Sharp Aquos Crystal, Sharp’s phone with an edgeless display, is now available at Boost Mobile for $149.99. You can pick it up at a Boost Mobile retail store or a Best Buy store. For Boost Mobile customers, the white version is the only model available. The Aquos Crystal will ... Read More »
Sharp’s striking one-bezel Aquos Crystal smartphone is officially heading to Sprint, Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile. Yesterday, Sharp took the wraps off of its latest creation, the one-bezel Aquos Crystal smartphone, that features an edge-to-edge display on three sides. Sharp ... Read More »
Priced at $599.99 without a contract, the Galaxy S5 being sold by Boost and Virgin is the same model ... Read More »
Well, that didn’t take long. Less than a week after the LG Volt showed its face in leaked renders, the Android-powered smartphone has been made officially official by Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile.
It was announced at CES in January as the ZTE Iconic Phablet. Later that same month, Boost Mobile announced it would be carrying the Boost Max, which is simply the ... Read More »