Articles about Sprint Spark

Galaxy S4 Lollipop Update Released By Sprint
The Galaxy S4 is among the few devices from Samsung which have already received the Android 5.0 Lollipop update on various carriers. Samsung has already released said update for the international unlocked variant of this handset. Sprint has been lagging behind with the update for this particular device but now it has finally come through. The Galaxy S4 Lollipop update has finally been released by the carrier for its subscribers who are no doubt […]

First Sprint Spark Enabled Tablet Is The Galaxy Tab 4 7.0
Sprint Spark, the carrier’s tri-band LTE network, has been around for quite some time now and the company already has multiple handsets in its lineup that are capable of running on it. Today though it has announced that the first ever tablet to be compatible with Sprint Spark is the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0. The device’s launch has been officially confirmed and it will be available for purchase starting August […]

Android 4.4.3 For Nexus 5 Release Expected Today
Over the past few weeks we have been hearing that work on Android 4.4.3 has been underway. Google was said to be dogfooding the update just last week. Sprint updated its support page today to indicate that a new over-the-air update is going to be rolled out shortly. It is understood that this is Android 4.4.3 for Nexus 5. While it may be Sprint-specific, its highly likely that Android 4.4.3 […]

Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3, Galaxy S4 Mini Available On Sprint Nov. 8
Just the other day, everyone’s favorite leaker, @evleaks, revealed press renders of what looks to be the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 for Sprint. It looks like the device’s release was much closer than we originally anticipated as Sprint is not only announcing it’ll officially be carrying the Galaxy Mega 6.3, but they’re also announcing details on the Galaxy S4 Mini’s availability.

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Sprint Spark Announced, Touts Peak Data Speeds Of 50-60Mbps
Sprint Spark was announced today, the carrier’s new “super-high-speed” capability which is going to bring peak data speeds of up to 50-60 megabits per second. Sprint believes that the data speeds will grow as the technology matures. To prove its point, the carrier demonstrated 1Gbps or gigabit per second live over-the-air speed today at its lab near Silicon Valley. Sprint says that its technically feasible to offer over 2Gbps of over-the-air speed […]