Sprint on Thursday announced that its version of the LG G3 will arrive on July 18. Priced at $ 600 outright, customers can purchase it with 24 equal payments of $ 25 each. Pre-orders for the device begin as soon as July; Sprint will give you $ 150 gift card if you do so before July 24. Order one from July 25 to August 14 [Read More...]
Sprint, having a busy day to kick off the week, has announced the expansion of 4G LTE to another 28 markets. What’s more, the tri-band Spark service is getting three more areas of its own. While the former eclipses the 470 market threshold, the much faster Spark LTE now reaches 27 cities.
Today also sees Sprint announcing international Wi-Fi calling to more than 100 countries. Slated to roll out in the coming weeks, the service lets users send texts [Read More...]
Sprint started rolling out Wi-Fi calling for their phones back in January, but soon [Sprint](/tag/sprint] customers will be able to take advantage of the service outside of the United States. The feature, which allows users to place calls over Wi-Fi (usually a more reliable signal than any cellular network), but still using their personal phone number.
Sprint on Monday announced the exclusive availability of the Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport. Internal specifications from the flagship models remain unchanged however the outside of the device gets a sporty punchup that includes rubber grips and physical buttons. Indeed, this one is also water and dust resistant. But, it’s not about the hardware, here, as the device is more of a kick-off for some of [Read More...]
Sprint and Kyocera team up yet again to make that mid-range phone that does just enough to make you consider it if you’re in the right price bracket
Sprint and Kyocera are a bit of a dynamic duo in the U.S. wireless market, releasing new devices together every time you turn around. Between Sprint itself and its prepaid carriers Boost and Virgin Mobile, Kyocera pretty heftily blankets the low- to mid-range market with solid, waterproof and [Read More...]
Sprint is updating its Moto X smartphone from Motorola with the Android 4.4.3 KitKat operating system. The Sprint release follows the earlier release of Android 4.4.3 on the T-Mobile and developer unlocked editions of Motorola’s flagship smartphone. According to Sprint, the update will be rolling out in waves, so don’t fret if you don’t see an update notification on your Moto X right away.
Kitkat updates galore are rolling out today. New software is hitting the Verizon Galaxy S III and Galaxy S4 Mini, as well as the Sprint Galaxy S4 Mini and Galaxy Mega 6.3. These are OTA updates and bring along all the new goodies within Kitkat including “Ok Google”, unlimited home screens, immersive mode, UI changes and much more.
Sprint has signed agreements with 12 carriers to expand the LTE footprint of everybody involved. The dozen carriers, all smaller regional and rural networks, cover 34 million Americans not touched by Sprint’s fledgling LTE network. The roaming agreements will expand Sprint’s LTE coverage into those areas, as well as giving those carriers access to Sprint’s network.
Fix is for broken voice and data on both the proper and Harman/Kardon versions
If you’ve got an HTC One M8 on Sprint, heads up — there’s an “urgent” software update waiting for you. This one addresses “network connectivity maintenance and improvements” for both voice and data. And, according to the fine folks in our HTC One M8 forums, it was one hell of a bug, basically making it so voice and data wouldn’t work.
The update [Read More...]