Popular Sprint Articles for 2013
The next iteration of Samsung's flagship handset has been revealed. How does the Galaxy S IV compare to its predecessor?
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Though initial reports indicated that the Motorola X Phone would only be available on AT&T's networks, a recent leak points to a CDMA version of the phone for Verizon and[...]
Sprint will soon provide commitment-shy customers with its own brand of prepaid wireless service, as the carrier has confirmed that it will launch Sprint As You Go, a monthly-payment plan[...]
Futuremark recently released the iOS version of their popular graphics benchmarking app 3DMark to go along with the Android version which has been available since April.
The Samsung ATIV S Neo, one of Sprint's two Windows Phone 8 debut devices, is a solid offering that's being held back by its network.
Style and power come together in the form of the HTC One, which has already become an early frontrunner for Android smartphone of the year.
The LG Optimus G and the Samsung Galaxy S III both promise a high-end experience, HD screen, and are available on multiple carriers. But how to they really stack up?
There was a time when RIM could charge a premium for its top smartphones. That day appears to be past -- its next high-end model will reportedly be priced below[...]
BlackBerry has another device in the works, the all-touchscreen A10, which is expected to be the company's new flagship smartphone and will launch in November.
Following Samsung's Unboxed event in New York City tonight, we got to spend some face-to-screen time with its "next big thing," the Galaxy S IV.
Sprint's Windows Phone 8-based Samsung ATIV S Neo now has an official release date, and it's right around the corner.
Following the announcement of its competitors earlier this week, Sprint has confirmed that it plans to carry the BlackBerry 10 platform later this year. The news is an added boost[...]
Sprint will finally begin offering its first Windows Phone 8 device, the HTC 8XT, beginning next week on July 19.
With Samsung's new flagship phone, the Galaxy S IV, on the horizon, it's imperative that customers avoid purchasing a Galaxy S III right now.
Sprint's Q2 numbers were a jagged pill for the carrier to swallow, as it posted a $1.6 billion loss and lost 2 million subscribers.
Sprint has introduced an update for the older Samsung Galaxy S II to Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean). This is available now over the wire, not over the air.
Almost half the country is using cell phones, either entirely or partially. How is that changing things?
The HTC One, formerly known as the M7, is going to be released in the U.S. in about a month, according to an unconfirmed report. It will become HTC's latest[...]
Despite hitting the market just three years ago, Long Term Evolution (LTE) is expected to reach 200 million subscribers this year, doubling its current levels in 2012, according to a[...]