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Sprint has received a lot of flak for its Framily plans and the corresponding commercials that were supposed to market it. And the carrier’s new CEO Marcelo Claure has acknowledged that the company probably missed a trick with the plan while also agreeing that its commercials didn’t do a good job of advertising its true potential to the customers. This plan has now been replaced by a new Family Share Pack which offers double the amount of data cap offered by the previous plan. One caveat with this plan though is the fact...

Sprint has begun the Android 4.4.4 rollout for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 phablet. The update brings along the customary bug squashing including the fix of an Open SSL related vulnerability. Users will also see a new HD voice icon in their app drawer as well as an update to Kids Mode, Knox 2.0 and the ability to make WiFi calls internationally. The update has reportedly begun seeding over the weekend, so chances are that it’s already making its way to smartphones by now. Make sure you check the settings to pull the update manually,...

Sprint has announced the launch of Samsung’s flagship Galaxy Tab S 10.5 tablet starting from the 12th of September. This model will be equipped with LTE and packs support for Sprint Spark networks as well. The Galaxy Tab S series features Samsung’s proprietary Super AMOLED display, which is usually only seen on its smartphones. Considering that this is an LTE model, the tablet comes with a 2.3 GHz Snapdragon 800 SoC on board while sharing the rest of the hardware specs from the octa core version of the tablet. The display...

The Sony Xperia Z3 is less than a week away from launch as we all know. And today, we have stumbled across reports suggesting that Sprint could soon carry a flagship Sony smartphone on its shelves. While there’s no mention of the Xperia Z3 specifically, it goes without saying that this is the device being mentioned. Over the years, Sony has struggled to launch its smartphones through major American carriers. Currently, T-Mobile is the only network to offer Sony’s smartphones. Sprint has never launched a Sony smartphone,...

A couple of weeks ago, Sprint teased the arrival of the plastic sibling of the HTC One M8 known as the One E8. However, there was no clarity on when the handset will be officially available for purchase. That changes today as the carrier is now taking orders for the smartphone, with a price tag of $499.99 up front or $199.99 with a two year contract. The smartphone is also available through the carrier’s monthly installment plans at $20.84 per month for a period of two years. The smartphone is very identical to the One M8 as far...

When HTC announced the Desire 510 packing 4G LTE, it was almost inevitable that the device would break cover in the U.S. as well. And now, four carriers of the country have been confirmed to be selling the midrange HTC offering soon, but with no details on the pricing as of yet. The aforementioned carriers have launched several midrange smartphones in the past, so it’s no surprise that the Desire 510 is being launched as well. There was no mention of a specific date as to when these carriers will announce the availability...

Boost Mobile has officially started selling the ZTE Warp Sync smartphone with a price tag of just $179.99 without contractual obligations. If you’re still wondering, this is a midrange offering from the Chinese manufacturer, which justifies the price tag. However, the handset features support for 4G LTE, making it one of the cheapest LTE devices available in the market today. The Warp Sync comes with a 5 inch 720p display, a 1.2 GHz Snapdragon 400 SoC,  2GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage, an 8-megapixel camera, Android 4.4.2...

Sprint’s version of the Moto X smartphone is now getting the Android 4.4.4 update, a couple of weeks after the carrier started sending the update through a soak test. Customers can see the usual set of changes with the update including the addition of the Motorola Alert app by default. The smartphone is also getting an all new dialer as well as some improvements to the camera app such as the ability to pause video recording and better camera exposure for images. But overall, the UI will remain relatively unchanged so don’t...