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The financial struggle of Sprint Nextel will soon be over after it finalized an agreement with Japan’s mobile carrier Softbank to buy 70% of the wireless company worth around $20 billion. The boards of the both companies have reportedly approved the deal, according to CNBC.  The deal would give Sprint $8 billion in exchange for stock directly from the company, while $12 billion will be used to buy from stockholders. The offered price per share during the time of the negotiations was reportedly $7.30 or a 27 percent premium over...

There are so many Android smartphones being released every month nowadays that you can easily be spoilt of choice as to which phone to go for.  However, if what you are looking is a smartphone with a physical QWERTY keyboard, then you will have an easy time picking which phone to go for because not so many of them are released these days.  One of the newest Android smartphones with a physical QWERTY slide-out keyboard set to come soon to Sprint is LG’s Mach.  What we already know is that the phone will be released via Sprint, but...

As an effort to stick to its commitment, Sprint is trying to deliver the best 4G LTE experience combined with the value of Truly Unlimited data on smartphones. If you’ve been tracking this blog, we had written about scarcity of iPhone 5 in the U.S. and how Sprint iPhone 5 were still available to be bought, but were not getting sold. Apparently, the case is that...

Sprint is releasing a new mid-range device this year that will have support for its 4G LTE network. Called the LG Mach, the device is equipped with a full QWERTY keyboard that slides out below the phone’s display. Meanwhile, the display, a WVGA touch screen, spans 4 inches, and sports a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels. The LG Mach runs on a 1.2GHz dual-core processor...

South Korean manufacturer, LG, officially announced its latest entry into the high-end Android market on September 19th confirming its superphone flagship will be coming to the United States. No information as to which providers in the U.S. would offer the handset then. However, the latest press release from LG USA already confirms two of the major providers, AT&T...

Over this past weekend, an XDA forum member that goes by the name of “freeza,” posted information about a leaked build of Sprint’s pending Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean update for their Samsung Galaxy S III devices. This leaked ROM includes Samsung’s custom and exclusive TouchWiz interface. One of the more unfortunate things about this ROM is that...

Despite being the third largest network in the US, Sprint is still on its way to expanding the scope of its newly established 4G LTE network. Just don’t underestimate its capacity because you will definitely be surprised to know that within such a short span of time, Sprint has managed to sell more than 1 million 4G LTE enabled devices and that number will continue...

The Samsung Array has joined Sprint’s lineup of product offerings. Whe company is selling the phone for $19.99 with a contract that runs for two years and a mail-in rebate. The Samsung Array is an entry-level device that was for ease of use, especially for those who prefer a physical keyboard when composing messages to a capacitive touchscreen. The phone’s main...