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Android News

Sprint LTE coverage map for 2014 surfaces: pretty modest plans for such a great battle

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We already know that Sprint is pretty well behind Verizon or AT&T when talking about 4G LTE coverage and coverage plans, but according to a map surfaced on the web just a few minutes ago, the carrier’s execut…

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Sprint

Sprint bringing 4G LTE to Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio first

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Even though LTE provided a better long-term solution to provide customers faster speeds, Sprint chose WiMax for its 4G network because it allowed the company to be first carrier with 4G marketing. But with AT&…

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LG

LG Connect 4G for MetroPCS revealed

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MetroPCS’s new mid-range Android smartphone called the LG Connect 4G (MS840) has been revealed. It’s rumored that this same model will not only hit Verizon as the VS840, but could also be one of Sp…

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Sprint

Sprint caps more 4G data plans, but don’t freak out smartphones are still good

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Well, it looks like the folks over at Sprint are making some more alterations to its data plans. The Now Network has announced it will end unlimited WiMAX 4G data for certain plans. This news comes fresh off the c…

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Sprint

Sprint switching to 4G LTE beginning in 2012

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Sprint opted to use WiMax for its 4G network because it allowed the company to be first to market with a “4G” marketing strategy. However, Verizon has since surpassed Sprint’s WiMax footpr…

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Samsung

Samsung Conquer comes to Sprint August 21 for $99

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Sprint is adding to its stable of 4G Android devices with another midrange phone. It’s not quite the power and flash expected for the Galaxy S II-flavored Samsung Within, but it is a decent option from the…

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Firmware updates

Sprint Nexus S 4G users should expect 2.3.5 update July 25th

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It looks like owners of the Sprint Nexus S 4G will get an updated version of Gingerbread (2.3.5) starting July 25th. This new update will include many changes and improvements to the WiMAX toting device. The u…

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HTC Tablets

Sprint EVO 3D and EVO View go on sale June 24

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Sprint has chosen June 24, 2011 as the day it adds a pair of HTC Android devices as the cornerstone of its line-up. The HTC EVO 3D Android phone and the HTC View 4G tablet will both go on-sale that day, providing glas…

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Sprint Nexus 4G gets Best Buy preorder page

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It looks like the day is almost here for Sprint users. Best Buy has put up a preorder page for the Google Nexus S 4G. The preorder page has the Sprint Nexus S 4G with WiMax listed at $199.99 on a 2-year contract. The s…

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Google

Sprint announces Nexus S 4G with deep Google Voice integration

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The Google Nexus S 4G is coming to Sprint. Samsung Mobile just announced that a version of the Nexus S, originally available through T-Mobile USA, is coming to Sprint with 4G WiMax speeds supported and “u…

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Sprint

Sprint adding $10 fee to all new smartphone contracts

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HTC EVO 4G and Samsung Epic 4G users have been complaining about having to pay a $10 “Premium Data” surcharge every month because their smartphones consume so much data. Or rather because their phones have the p…

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T-Mobile

T-Mobile Doubling HSPA+ Speeds in 2011

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Last month, I reported that T-Mobile had joined forces with Nokia Siemens Networks on their Long Term HSPA Evolution (LTHE) project, which is a plan to eventually bring 650 Mbps speeds to their network. Today,…

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Sprint

Sprint 4G coming to San Fran Bay Area Dec. 28, shown off in new video

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Sprint has already admitted that users in the San Francisco are able to obtain 4G connections in select areas. The Now Network says the official roll-out of its WiMax network in San Fran is just around the corner…

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Android News

Sprint expands its 4G coverage to six additional cities

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Good news for Sprint subscribers, since the carrier now has expanded its 4G coverage in the U.S. by launching WiMAX in six additional cities, bringing its total number of 4G markets to 68 nationwide. The follow…

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T-Mobile

T-Mobile finally grows a pair, announces 4G network; Sprint bites back

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Tens of millions of Americans woke up this morning to discover not only a changed government, but a 4G network that sprouted up over night. No, there was no wizardry from any carrier to pull off such an impossible…

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