Download speeds are an essential part of owning a smartphone these days because of all those sweet apps. And for owners of a couple of flagships on Sprint‘s network, speeds are getting better.
With Father’s Day scheduled for Sunday, many companies are running limited time promotions to promote some gift buying. Best Buy is one such company, and it’s offering a pretty noteworthy deal on the latest flagship smartphone from the Life’s Good crew.
At the end of May, Andy Rubin’s new company, Essential, officially announced its first smartphone: The Essential Phone. And while the company was quick to point out that the handset is unlocked, and that it will indeed work on all four of the major wireless carriers in the United States, there ... Read More »
Most Tweeted This Week
Sprint today announced that, starting June 9, it will give a free six-month subscription to Tidal HiFi to new and existing customers. The “HiFi” option in Tidal gives ... Read More »
Sprint, following in the steps of the other major wireless networks, has officially announced its own (vague) plans to launch a 5G network.
Today, Sprint announced that it is collaborating with Qualcomm and SoftBank to “develop technologies for 5G, including the 3GPP New Radio (NR) standard in Band 41 (2.5GHz) for accelerated wide-scale ... Read More »
Sometimes you just don’t have all those coverage bars lit up on your phone, despite forking over whatever amount of money you do every month.
Now Sprint has announced a limited time promotion that can see new customers pick up a fifth line of service at no additional cost. ... Read More »
ZTE’s got a new affordable Android phablet, and it’s launching today.
The ZTE MAX XL is hitting Boost Mobile with at a price of $101.99 thanks to a $28 promotional discount. Just because the MAX XL has an affordable price tag doesn’t mean that it’s got an entry-level spec list, though.
The MAX ... Read More »
For years, carrier branding on high-end flagships was a blight upon beautiful phone design. Breaking up the glass and fancy textures was a big carrier logo, announcing to everyone who doesn’t care that you’re on a particular carrier. Some examples were annoying, and some were plain criminal.