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Good news for developers looking for a preview builds from CyanogenMod for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. A preview build of the CM10 built on the Android 4.1 JB has been released by CyanogenMod. Three versions of the preview build firmware have been released so far, one each for the Samsung Galaxy S3 on AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. With the Galaxy S III CM10 Jelly Bean...

Amazon Wireless launches hot mid-summer sale starting July 17th running for a limited time to give Android lovers great deals to choose from. Best-selling phones like Samsung Galaxy S3, HTC EVO, Motorola Droid Razr, and Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4G are now being offered at low prices; only Sprint and Verizon participated in this promotion and there’s no word if AT&T...

Being the only carrier in the United States that offer true unlimited data plans, Sprint’s 4G LTE has long been expected by its customers who are looking forward to taking advantage of the fast download speed. However, apart from what everybody is expecting from an LTE network, Sprint is offering around 6 to 8 Megabits per second only (with burst speed of 25...

Previously, Sprint had confirmed that they will be rolling out LTE services across five cities, including Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Kansas City and San Antonio on July 15th, but seems like one of the Sprint’s initial launch market got lucky. The network isn’t supposed to be launching until July 15th, but Sprint has decided to go ahead and roll out 4G LTE service...

Sprint had launched the original WiMax-capable HTC EVO 4G nearly two years ago, and it was undoubtebdly an instant hit among customers. It was the first phone in the world to support 4G radio and let users utilize Sprint’s WiMax network. Two years later, HTC along with Sprint have launched HTC Evo 4G LTE, a successor of HTC Evo 4G and 3D models. The Evo 4G LTE...

Sprint’s version of the Galaxy S II, also known as the Samsung Epic 4G Touch could be getting the Ice Cream Sandwich update starting this week. An image/screenshot sent to Android Central suggests that Sprint and Samsung are in the works for the Android 4.0 update for the aforementioned smartphone. If this new revelation is anything to go by, the update roll out will go live on July 12 and all the way through next week. The screenshot also reveals a lot of the update’s new features, most of which we’re already familiar...

Nokia has created a trend with the new range of Lumia smartphones as evidenced by its popularity in the States. These devices however are available only on a handful of networks in the U.S. But in a recent interview of Nokia’s Vice President of Worldwide Developers Relations Richard Kerris, some interesting information was revealed. He mentioned that the company plans on bringing the Lumia smartphones to Sprint and Verizon soon. This is a welcome sign to be honest as restricting the sales of the device to just one carrier isn’t...

Carrier Samsung Galaxy S III 16 GB Samsung Galaxy S III 32 GB Release Date $199.99 (2yr Contract), $599.99 Retail $249.99 (2yr Contract), $649.99 Retail Ship by 07/11 $189.99 (2yr Contract), $699.9 Retail n/a (only offering 16GB model + 16GB microSD memory card for $39 for total of $238.99 with 2 yr contract) Shipped 06/21 $149.99 (2yr Contract), $699.9 Retail $249.99 (2yr Contract), $599.99 Retail 06/21 $229.99 (2 year contract, after $50 rebate), $629.99 Retail $279.99 (2 year contract, after $50 rebate) 06/21 (Delayed) $679.99...