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Okay, so, Sprint really wants everyone’s business. So much so that the carrier is offering $400 in-store credit for activating three lines on their Everything Data Share or Simply Everything Data plans. The credit that they will give you is available to use towards the purchase of a few “qualifying devices,” whatever that could be. I really doubt...

One of the few android smartphones with a full QWERTY physical keyboard Kyocera Rise is set to come to two carriers – Sprint and Virgin Mobile – most likely on Sunday the 19th of this month.  The phone’s most notable feature is the slide-out keyboard which is touted to be the best option for serial texters.   The Kyocera Rise smartphone packs quite impressive features and specs including: Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S2 processor 3.5 Inch 480 X 320 IPS HVGA LCD display 3.2MP camera 1,500mAh...

Anyone who’s ever been on a road trip with a child will understand that it’s not easy to keep them entertained, especially on this really, really long trips that many of you like to take. To help parents deal with that issue, Sprint has no made the Disney Junior Sprint ID pack available. It’s loaded up with tons of content that many different kids...

The LG EclipseLS970 smartphone may still be a rumor – especially when it comes to the actual specifications, but it is a matter of public record now that it will be available on Sprint.  The phone appeared on the FCC’s site yesterday and we can now tell that the phone will certainly support CDMA, EVDO and LTE network types on Sprint.  These are of course beside the standard network and connectivity features including dual-band WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, LTE radio and USB 2.0. #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item...

Retailers and carriers in the United States (U.S.) reportedly start cutting off prices of iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 Thursday, August 9th. While the Cupertino-based tech giant didn’t say the reason the prices of its popular smartphone were dropped, everybody knows it’s paving the way for the release of iPhone 5. A story from The Wall Street Journal said that...

Posted on Jul 30 2012 - 12:05pm by Phalgun Shenoy
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ZTE Corporation (Zhongxing Telecommunication Equipment Corporation) has become pretty much of a household name recently. ZTE is a Chinese company which is also fifth largest telecom equipment manufacturer in the world (in terms of revenue) and fourth largest mobile phone manufacturer (in terms of units) on our planet. Some of the notable Android phones from ZTE include...

Besides Verizon’s rumored Pantech Star Q 4G LTE rumored to come soon, we have not seen any high end smartphones with a physical QWERTY keyboard lately.  Many people still want these phones, and at the same time they want high performance phones with the new features of the Android mobile operating system.  Motorola appears to want to capture that market with its new phone, the Photon Q 4G LTE smartphone running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and with a physical QWERTY keyboard set to be launched on Sprint.   The Photon Q has...

Sprint launched a dedicated page on its website for Motorola PHOTON Q 4G LTE, its first ever LTE-enabled phone, on Thursday, July 26th. This is the carrier’s latest foray into the ever-growing smartphone market and its entry into 4G LTE category. Motorola PHOTON Q 4G LTE comes with PC-like full QWERTY keyboard, 4.3-inch display panel and capability to operate...