We do know that Sprint’s Express smartphone that runs on the Android operating system will be available this coming November 18th (which is a Friday, what a way to end the week!), so here is an uploaded video by Sprint themselves (available right after the jump for your viewing pleasure) that will tease you even further. Basically, if the Sprint Express looks extremely familiar to you, it is not because you’ve been drinking a whole lot or not getting enough sleep at home – this is basically a rebadged Huawei Boulder, where folks living in the UK are able to get it from Orange. Bear in mind the Huawei Boulder did not occupy positions near the high end side of things, so don’t expect the Express to perform all your tasks in a, well, express manner.
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