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Sprint is one of the major wireless carriers in the USA. It uses a mix of CDMA, WiMax and LTE Networks as the backbone of its infrastructure. The company's network is also used by third parties and mobile virtual operators like Boost Mobile, Virgin Mobile, and Assurance Wireless. Sprint has about 55M subscribers.

Samsung M380 lands on FCC

04/04/2011, The FCC has received the Samsung SPH-M380, where it does seem to be the first handset that will come with CDMA approval in the ESMR band (817-824MHz and 862-869MHz). Not only that, the very same FCC filing also points toward CDMA support in Sprint’s...

Sprint Nexus S 4G arriving on April 6?

04/04/2011, The Samsung Nexus S 4G was officially announced to arrive on Sprint a couple of weeks ago and is said to arrive this spring. However, it might actually appear earlier than expected. It has been reported that an arrival date for the 4G phone running stock...

Sprint’s Samsung Galaxy Tab to go below $200 mark

03/31/2011, Word has it that Sprint will be introducing a markdown in the price of its Samsung Galaxy Tab, which means the tablet from the South Korean company will drop to a mere $199.99 on a new two-year contract, of course, which is $100 more affordable than what...

Sprint gets vocal about AT&T-T-Mobile acquisition

03/28/2011, While Sprint appeared calm and collected about the whole AT&T-T-Mobile buyout when it was first announced, it looks like they haven’t been so cool after all. Sprint has just announced that they oppose the whole $39 billion takeover. At present,...

Sprint: all phones to charge and sync through microUSB by 2012

03/22/2011, Last year, the European Union ordered phone manufacturers to make sure that their phones can all be charged using a microUSB charger – eliminating the need for separate chargers for different devices – an inconvenience that many consumers face at the...

HTC EVO View 4G officially announced

03/22/2011, HTC’s debut entry into the tablet world the HTC Flyer, was shown off at the Mobile World Congress earlier this year. And now, it looks like the tablet has found a carrier to sell it in the US. The HTC Flyer, rebranded as the HTC EVO View 4G has been...

Sprint HTC EVO 3D & HTC View Tablet @ CTIA

03/22/2011, Sprint today unveiled the first all 3D cellphone, the HTC EVO 3D, which features a 4.3-inch glasses-free QHD 3D display and also records 3D still photos and video. The one will be pre-loaded with Blockbuster On Demand, a source that includes 3D movies....

HTC EVO 3D officially announced

03/22/2011, After all the speculations, rumors and leaks about the EVO 4G’s successor, it is now official. The EVO 3D was announced by Sprint today, confirming all the previous rumors and leaks about the device. Pretty much everything we’ve heard before...

Nexus S 4G from Google arrives on Sprint

03/21/2011, Google has always held their own phones in high regard, with the Google Nexus One getting all of the Android updates first before other models, and the Nexus S is no different either, being the first handset to be powered by Android 2.3 Gingerbread. There...

Google Voice gets Sprint integration

03/21/2011, The folks over at Google have been hard at work to deliver an integrated Google Voice experience to your smartphone thanks to the development of mobile apps, where among them include Google Voice Lite as well as Number Porting in its most recent release....

Samsung Epic 4G and Galaxy Tab are now ID-enabled on Sprint

03/21/2011, Sprint has just announced that the Samsung Epic 4G and Samsung Galaxy Tab on their network are now ID-enabled. This means that Epic 4G and Galaxy Tab owners will be able to download “ID packs” – a collection of apps, widgets, ringtones,...