In the five months since its release, the Samsung Galaxy S III has enjoyed remarkable success. The smartphone has now passed the 30 million mark.
It appears Samsung's Galaxy Note II has found even more of a following than its predecessor, with the company announcing it has sold more than 3 million of the smartphone/tablet hybrids in just over a month.
Today. Sprint announced that the LG Mach will hit shelves on Nov. 11. The QWERTY handset is available for pre-order from the carrier starting today, along with LG's newest flagship smartphone, the LG Optimus G.
Sprint became the first carrier to offer the Android 4.1.1 update, aka Jelly Bean, to its Samsung Galaxy S III customers when it began rolling out the update this morning.
Sprint has just become the second U.S. telecom to offer Samsung's latest phablet, the Galaxy Note II. Only time will tell if it turns out to be as popular as its predecessor.
Sprint continues the slow process of rolling out 4G LTE to its subscribers across America. Its most notable new addition is the Chicago suburbs, but there are plenty more.
Those who are in the market for a new Samsung Galaxy S III can save a bundle by shopping online at Amazon, rather than going to their wireless carrier.
Samsung Galaxy S III users in the U.S. will soon be getting a taste of Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), as the company promised that the upgrade will hit the smartphone in the coming months, bringing new features to the TouchWiz interface, beyond just the enhancements in the new operating system version.
The Samsung Galaxy Note II will start landing in the U.S. soon, with Sprint confirming that the phablet (phone/ tablet) will be available on its network beginning Oct. 25, a day after Samsung is set to hold a Stateside press conference for the device.
Sprint has officially announced its release date of the LG Optimus G. The carrier will offer this Android smartphone at the same price AT&T will, though the device is set to release in Sprint retailers nine days after it hits shelves in AT&T stores.
Softbank announced today that it has officially agreed to acquire 70% of Sprint Nextel for $20 billion. This new influx of cash could be the kick-start that Sprint needs to get back on track and face the fierce wireless competition that exists in the US.
Sprint has been struggling for years, but there may be help on the way thanks to Softbank. Currently, the Japanese telco is in talks with Sprint about buying a considerable portion of the U.S. carrier.
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