Being the successor to the HTC EVO 4G comes with a massive responsibility, since many consider it to be the best device of 2010. The HTC EVO 3D has been one of the most anticipated devices of the year, featuring some of the best specs we’ve seen on any Android device until now. ... Read More »
Rumor: Motorola and Sprint are working on a new version of the XPRT, blessed with Gingerbread and 4G speeds
If a horde of Android devices won’t kill RIM, then a bunch of Motorola Blackberry clones will surely do the trick. Motorola already got its feet wet in the business-ready, portrait-QWERTY keyboard game with the XPRT. But according to a rumor out of PopHerald, the company is not quite done yet.
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Are you guys tired of EVO 3D news yet? We sure aren’t. And we know our friend Richard Yarrell isn’t either. So, here we go! Wondering what the benefits of being a Sprint Premier customer are? Well, aside from discounts, updates and all that good stuff, you also get to pre-order your HTC ... Read More »
Never mind that Sprint just added two new phones to its Android line-up, the carrier is not going to stop pumping out Android devices any time soon. According to Pocketnow, what you see below is the Samsung Conquer 4G–Sprint’s next mid-end Android phone. Don’t let the “mid-end” tag fool you though; ... Read More »
The official price and release date for Sprint’s HTC EVO 3D were finally announced a couple days ago, and it’s just crying to be picked up. Announced at CTIA 2011, this device has been one of the most anticipated of the year. And it only has a few worthy competitors. (Mostly ... Read More »
Price and Availability
The HTC EVO 4G was among the most popular Android devices of all time. During CTIA it was announced that Sprint would bring the next EVO flagship device of the year, the HTC EVO 3D. Not only was this stunning device going to come with outstanding specs, but it was ... Read More »
It’s been more than five months since we saw NVIDIA announce its Tegra 2 “super chip” at CES. Fast-forward to today and you can get a Tegra 2-powered Android phone from any U.S. carrier, except one. You can buy the G2x from T-Mobile, the Atrix 4G from AT&T, or ... Read More »
Last month, we were treated with the announcement that Sprint’s Nexus S 4G would be releasing on May 8 (today), and surely, the Sprint version of Google’s phone is now available for purchase. As expected, the device is going for $199.99 on a two-year contract, or $549.99 without. This is $100 more than ... Read More »
We have been hearing about Sprint’s version of the Google phone, The Nexus S 4G, for quite a while now, and it has even been available for pre-order, but no solid release date has been confirmed until today. Sprint customers that want the Nexus S 4G will be happy to find ... Read More »
A new HTC phone with WiMAX support was spotted on the FCC’s site with the model number PG06100. We don’t know which smartphone this is, but the model number resembles the HTC EVO 4G which used PC36100.