After the date leaked a few days ago, Sprint has confirmed that it will be shutting down its WiMax network on November 6, 2015. Internal documents revealing the date came out over the weekend and due to legal requirements, Sprint needed to inform customers ... Read More »
A leaked employee info page from Sprint has revealed that Sprint’s WiMax network, which used to be Sprint’s 4G network, will shut down on November 6, 2015. With the launch and rollout of Sprint’s 4G LTE and Spark networks, it’s not much of a surprise that ... Read More »
Android Rumors Report: Photon Q, Samsung Jasper, pre-paid WiMAX, Snapdragon powered Galaxy S III, Galaxy Journal
Welcome back to our weekly column where we round up all the Android-related rumors and discuss the validity of each one. Everyone seems to love our original rumor reports, but we thought it would be fun to examine the rumors from around the web and share our thoughts on the possibility of them coming true. ... Read More »
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If you have been thinking about making a switch to Sprint’s unlimited data and awesome prices, now might just be the right time to do it. Amazon is holding a special sale this month, offering all Sprint 4G devices for a mere penny.
The offers starts today, and extends until March 26th. ... Read More »
The Samsung Galaxy Note is getting quite a bit of attention today. The first bit of news isn’t huge, but it does give us more proof that the Note is headed to AT&T. The first press shot of the Galaxy Note has surfaced, prominently displaying AT&T’s logo above the screen. While specs are nearly identical, ... Read More »
In the midst of the battle for 4G territory, we are currently seeing some interesting phenomena. Sprint is focusing on their upcoming 4G LTE network, Verizon is spreading its blazing fast speeds all over the country, AT&T is also focusing on 4G LTE and T-Mobile is still getting their HSPA+ 21 ... Read More »
Things are not looking good for unlimited data fans. People who don’t like data tiers currently have a safe place to go to: Sprint. It seems like America’s first 4G network is going to start setting some limits, though. At least for 4G broadband users.
Sprint has announced that 4G mobile broadband users will no ... Read More »
With all the excitement about the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Android 4.0, we’d like to remind you that other manufacturers are still working hard to roll out their latest handsets as well. Sprint and HTC announced this morning that the HTC EVO Design 4G will hit store shelves on October 23 for just $99.99 (after ... Read More »
The monumental Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich announcement has finally arrived. We’re quite impressed with the new features, but there is one part left out of the equation. There was no mention of a WiMAX version – only LTE and HSPA+.
Sprint does not have either LTE or ... Read More »
The Samsung Galaxy S II has landed. You’ve probably seen the official press release from Samsung already, but we thought we would give you a closer look at the Sprint’s Samsung Epic 4G Touch. Sprint’s variant of the Galaxy S II features a beautiful 4.52-inch Super AMOLED Plus display and a body that’s only ... Read More »