It may not be as exciting at an LTE enabled Galaxy Nexus on Sprint, but the newly announced LG Viper 4G will be joining Samsung as one of the first phone manufacturers to take advantage of Sprint’s 4G LTE network. The LG viper is powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core processor (most likely a ... Read More »
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In the midst of all the Samsung Galaxy Nexus hype comes this not-so-impressive device. This is not quite what Android fans want to hear about. Especially not right now, when many Sprint customers are desperately awaiting news about the availability of the Ice Cream Sandwich device. We do expect this device ... Read More »
It’s been awhile since I reviewed an Android device, so let’s jump right to the point. The Samsung Galaxy S II is the best Android phone of 2011. At least for another week (maybe less). We often joke that new Android phones come out every week, but next week happens to be special. Google and Samsung ... Read More »
Last October Sprint announced their new Sprint ID platform that allows customers to install application packs with a single click (including apps, widgets, ringtones, wallpapers, shortcuts and more). The service initially launched on three entry-level Android phones, but Sprint said it would eventually come to all devices and today they announced software upgrades to bring ... Read More »
What is Sprint ID? It is Sprint’s custom version of Android that is coming to “most all of” their products next year, but I’m still having a hard time figuring out exactly what Sprint is doing with it long-term.
Sprint explains the ID platform to their customers as follows: “Make your phone a reflection of ... Read More »
Earlier this month at CTIA, Sprint unveiled three new entry-level Android phones that all featured Sprint ID. I spoke with a lot of people from Sprint (including the UI designer behind the project) trying to figure out exactly how to define the experience and the best I could come up with is it’s ... Read More »