Sprint 2007 SmartPhone Articles

Popular Sprint Articles for 2007

HTC Touch Review

Brighthand's Editor-In-Chief brings us a review of the HTC Touch, a new Windows Mobile 6 smartphone with an innovative fingertip-oriented control system.

Palm Treo 755p Review

Palm has just announced that Sprint will begin offering the Treo 755p soon. Antoine Wright brings us a review of this Palm OS smartphone with 3G wireless networking.

Sprint HTC Mogul PPC-6800 Review

Brighthand's Adama Brown takes a look at the HTC Mogul PPC-6800, now available from Sprint. This device offers a number of high-end features, including support for one of the fastest[...]

RIM BlackBerry 8830 World Edition Review

The BlackBerry 8830 is nearly unique in the smartphone world by virtue of its support for both CDMA and GSM cellular-wireless networks. Jerry Jackson brings us this review. *UPDATED*

Palm Centro for Sprint Review

Antoine Wright says the pricing and timing of the Palm Centro's introduction makes it a compelling buy in view of other devices in its price range.

iGo Stowaway Bluetooth Keyboard Review

For many, a smartphone or handheld is he center of a mobile office. Ed Hardy says a lot of these people could benefit from an iGo Stowaway Bluetooth Keyboard.

Sprint HTC Mogul PPC-6800 First Impressions

Brighthand's Adama Brown takes an initial look at the new Sprint version of the HTC Mogul PPC-6800 after spending 36 hours with it.

Treo 800w May Offer Wi-Fi

Last week, the first reports surfaced on the Treo 800w -- the next smartphone supposedly coming from Palm, Inc. -- and now some additional details are available.

PPC-6800 Coming Soon to Sprint

Evidence is mounting that Sprint will begin offering a new Pocket PC phone in the near future. This will supposedly offer a built-in keyboard, Wi-Fi b/g, and be upgradable to[...]

The First Glimpse the Treo 800w

The first unconfirmed report has emerged of what might be Palm's next smartphone, which will supposedly be called the Treo 800w and launch in a few months.

Palm Centro vs. Palm 500v: a Quick Comparison

This fall, Palm, Inc. released two consumer-oriented smartphones: the Centro and the Treo 500v. These have caused a small amount of confusion because at first glance they are quite similar,[...]

Microsoft Releases Windows Mobile Device Center 6.1

Microsoft has introduced a new version of the Windows Mobile Device Center, the software Windows Mobile smartphones and handhelds use to synchronize with PCs running Windows Vista.

A Version of the HTC Touch in Development for Sprint or Verizon

HTC has revealed that it is developing a CDMA version of a smartphone whose fingertip-oriented control system invites comparison to Apple's iPhone. This will include features not in the GSM[...]

Sprint May Be Prepping Treo 755p

A rumor indicates that Sprint will be launching a new smartphone from Palm, Inc. in a few months.

Sprint and Verizon Announce CDMA/GSM BlackBerry

Both Sprint and Verizon plan to offer the BlackBerry 8830 World Edition, a smartphone that will allow its users to roam internationally.

Mobile Tech News — Flat-Rate Data Roaming, Free iPhone Publicity, Mobile WiMAX

Vodafone Announces New Flat-Rate Data Roaming Charge Apple Has Received $400 million in Free iPhone Publicity Sprint Nextel to Roll Out Mobile WiMAX Services in Texas[...]

FlipStart Micro Laptop Finally Available

After many years in development, FlipStart Labs' has begun selling its computer small enough warrant interest from those who want something far less bulky than a typical laptop.

Microsoft Announces Windows Mobile 6

UPDATED: Microsoft was forced by circumstances to pre-announce Windows Mobile 6 several days before it had intended to, but the the formal announcement went off as scheduled.

Most Popular Smartphones and PDAs of March 2007

Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the most popular handhelds and smartphones. There was a strong interest in upcoming models in March, as three of the top ten products[...]

Sprint Reveals WiMAX Pricing

Sprint has announced what it expects to charge for monthly access to its upcoming fourth generation (4G) nationwide cellular-wireless network.