Motorola recently announced its Android powered smartphone, Motorola i1 on the airwaves of wireless carrier Sprint. Motorola i1 is the world’s first push-to-talk Android powered smartphone.Read More
LG recently launched the new eco-friendly phone LG Remarq on the airwaves of the wireless carrier Sprint. This handset is made from 87 percent of recyclable materials and 19 percent of recycled plastic.Read More
Sprint unveiled the HTC EVO 4G at CTIA 2010. It has been rumored that HTC Supersonic will have WiMax connectivity, but the new HTC EVO 4G comes with a 4G connectivity.Read More
Skiff is an upcoming e-reader by Sprint. It would be the largest device of its kind with an 11.5 inch screen and a 1200 x 1600 display.Read More
BoyGenius has managed to nab a screenshot of Sprint’s internal system that shows the Android-packing LG LS680 as an upcoming phone. LS680 may well be the WiMax phone that LG plans to release in it’s CES 2010Read More
Sprint has released an over-the-air update for it’s Palm Pre smartphone. It is now to have WebOS 1.3.5 build 194. The new release lifts many important restrictions from this phone.Read More
Recently, RIM launched BlackBerry Curve 8530 on wireless carrier Sprint. This device is available for purchase at a price tag of $50 upon signing of a two-year contract agreement.Read More
Sprint has just clarified that the Android phones, HTC Hero and Samsung Moment will be receiving an Android 2.1 update and not the Android 2.0 as originally planned.Read More
Sprint, a wireless and wireline telecom service provider is geared up to launch Samsung Instinct HD on its network.Read More
Pictures of Samsung InstinctQ, first spotted at Wi-Fi certification, were leaked by Phandroid. The device as speculated is bound by Sprint network and rumored to be released by October 11th.Read More
Sometime back in past, I remember, Blackberry released an ad attacking on Apple iPhone. The ad went like this â€˜a black-berry(fruit) dashes into an eaten apple and the apple falls.â€™ Apple replied to that ad â€˜a black-berry(fruit again) dashes into Apple and it burtsâ€™. I couldnâ€™t make a connect to the ads and now its too blur in my mind to know it.
So now this time around when i am blogging about this so that the memory doesnâ€™t go blurr again, its Palm Pre trying to hit on iPhone. The Sprint guys who are very smart in calculations calculated its the time first generation iPhone contracts are coming to an end. So now they want users to change their contracts and shift to sprint Palm Pre.