The HTC EVO 4G LTE release date is now official. Sprint just announced that the smartphone will be available for purchase starting May,18. Of course, those of you who will pay $200 to pre-ordering a unit should expect receiving it in the same day.
At last, the HTC EVO 4G LTE is now available from Sprint. The device is priced at $199.99 with 2-year contact. Its almost look like the One X, expect it has a kickstand in the back of it.
The HTC EVO 4G LTE is equipped with a 4.7 inch Super LCD 2 720p display with an outstanding pixel density of 312ppi. Powering the device is the much in demand dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8960 S4 processor with 1GB of RAM on board. 16GB of native memory can be expanded to 48GB by using the microSD slot.
Sprint officially announced today the availability of the white variant of its popular Android smartphone in the HTC EVO 4G LTE. Initially made available in a tri-colored scheme that consisted of black, gray, and some red accents, this version sticks with a two-toned paint-job white and gray in this case.
Just like the black version of the handset, this one will be available for the same $199.99 on a 2-years contract, If the contract route isn't your kind of thing, you can get the device for $549.99.
The Samsung Galaxy Note is the latest HIT for Samsung, Its a phone and a Tablet in one device, According to Daryl Deino, Los Angeles Industry analyst, confirms that this device will certainly come to both Sprint and Verizon. He goes on to mention that it will possibly be named the Samsung Galaxy Journal.
There is also the fact that there is no CDMA version of the Galaxy Note. It is definitely not impossible to make one, though, and it has been done before. Verizon has mentioned that smartphones will only be released with 4G LTE connectivity from now on. If this rumor happens to be true, we might be able to rock the Galaxy Note on Verizon 4G LTE network.
Sprint has started rolling out a small update (EL29) for the Samsung Epic 4G Touch to fix one of the most annoying issues folks had with phones on the Now Network Carrier IQ integration. That "minor detail," described as "security update," is not the whole story aside from that, the new software also updates the calendar app, allowing users to dismiss multiple calendar alerts at once.
One of the coolest new features of the New TouchWiz on the Galaxy S III is the pop-up video player, which can open a window to play your content while you use the rest of the screen to browse the web, send texts, etc.
Samsung Made a Advertising Campaign to be aired on U.S. starting from today just to show all the US users this Great feature as the device is currently Available on Most of the US carriers. Enjoy the Ad below!
Sprint Wireless will have a new QWERTY smartphone this Fall, It's a New Motorola Android smartphone, sporting the aforementioned hardware has leaked out in a blurry image, thus joining the company of the LG handset which got spotted for the same carrier not so long ago.
There is No Info about the phone, no Specs or price or even an actual release date for it. The only info we got is that this device runs the latest Android ICS 4.0.3
LTE is big on this year CES. We have seen the Galaxy Nexus for Verizon and now Sprint is getting its own 4G lineup. The LTE version of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is landing at Sprint along with the Sierra Wireless Tri-Network Hotspot.
The Sprint Galaxy Nexus specs will be similar to the verizon one, 4.65-inch Super AMOLED HD display, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, CDMA and LTE combo network support and 5 MP camera capable of 1080p video capture on the back.
Today We have the technology that can make plain old voice calls sound even better and clear. We are talking about Sprint, which will be launching its HD Voice service before the end of 2012. Sure, it might not be available to subscribers in all markets initially, but the nationwide rollout of the technology should be complete by some time in 2013 or 2014.
Sprint said about HD Voice technology "the next-generation evolution of voice quality and the future of voice communications for mobile phones."
A source for S4GRU tells the site that the Sprint Samsung GALAXY Nexus will be launched on April 15th. The source is characterized as a Sprint insider from the Product Development division who confirms the release date even if it works out to be a Sunday. Sprint has a contest featuring the device that ends on April 14th which would seem to point to a release around the 15th.
Even though Sprint has not flicked the on switch on its LTE network, a goal made harder by the end of the carrier relationship with LightSquared, the Sprint version of the Samsung GALAXY Nexus will support 4G LTE. According to the source, the default connectivity will be 3G which means that when you turn on the phone, it will boot up to a 3G connection. The handset will feature a 3G/4G toggle switch that will allow the user to switch to a faster data speed.
Sprint pre-order page for the Galaxy Nexus with Android ICS 4.0.3 is now live. You can pre-order your Galaxy Nexus for $199.99 with a 2-year contract. Furthermore, although it is not necessarily coming in the form of an official press release, the page also clearly mentions the following:
"We will charge your card for your phone today. Shipping: We'll do our best to get it to you before Sunday, April 22."
Also, we got the official confirmation about that April 22nd release date from Samsung, So you will get your Galaxy Nexus before that date.
After Verizon offered the Galaxy Nexus for FREE on a 2-year contract and this offer boost the sales of the device on the carrier.
Interestingly enough, Sprint is following verizon to the same offer. Taking a quick peek at Sprint's web site today, You will find that the Sprint's Samsung Galaxy Nexus selling for FREE to those looking to start a new line of service with the carrier.
A Sprint user agent profile revealed some information about the carrier's version of the Samsung Galaxy S III. The device has been given the model number SPH-L710 which corresponds with Sprint. The specs almost match perfectly with the GT-I9300, which is the international version handset.
The major difference between the Sprint model and the global variant is that as expected, Sprint's device won't carry the quad-core 1.4GHz Exynos 4412 processor (as it doesn't support LTE) and instead features the dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8960 S4 processor.
The Galaxy S III SPH-L71 will come with 16GB/32GB/64GB Storage with Android 4.0.4 ICS the same as the Galaxy S III I9300, Sprint is reported to announce the device very soon with a release date too.
Verizon and Sprint, two of the biggest Carriers on U.S. is confirmed to be getting the Samsung Galaxy S III as both the Verizon (SCH-i535) and the Sprint (SPH-L710) versions of the device visited the FCC. As expected, this means that each of the four major mobile operators in the States will be adding the highly anticipated phone to its line up. Both models offer connectivity through their respective Ev-Do and LTE pipelines.
Additionally, Verizon's unit has some support for GSM and EDGE on the 850MHz and 1900MHz bands which allows for some basic global roaming although without 3G data coverage.
AT&T and T-Mobile's version of the Samsung Galaxy S III will be model numbers SGH-i747M and SGH-T999 respectively. While the phone has yet to be introduced in the U.S., We currently don't have al launch date for Verizon& Sprint but T-Mobile model will be launched by June 20th.
Samsung will launch the Galaxy S III in the US this Month, The Carriers themselves are starting to send invitations for their special launch event dates, and the first in line is Sprint, which has just announced that (Tuesday, June 12) is the launch party of the Galaxy S III in the fine city of Boston. You have to get an Invitation to attend the launch party. To get one Head to the this page.
Here is the Sprint's Official Announcement :
"Join us at an exclusive Samsung event. Come experience the smartphone redefined. There will be hands-on demonstrations, world-class technologists, games, prizes, and refreshments during this two-hour cocktail reception.
Spaces are limited and filling up fast, so reserve now by clicking on the register tab above.
When: Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Where: Cyclorama at the Center for the Arts
539 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02116
Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm"
Samsung Galaxy S III is Launching soon in the US in all 5 carriers, starting from 18,June. The US version of the Galaxy S III will have LTE-Support and each carrier will get its own version/model of the Galaxy S III. We gathered them all in this Page to look-up your carrier's version.
AT&T will get the Samsung Galaxy S III with a Model code I-747, Launching on 18,June before most of the Us carriers. This date may get delayed because of Apple's ban request of the Galaxy S III in the US court.
T-Mobile will get the Samsung Galaxy S III with a Model code T-999, Launching on 21,June. This date may get delayed because of Apple's ban request of the Galaxy S III in the US court.
Verizon will also get the Samsung Galaxy S III with a Model code I-535, Launching on 21,June too but shipping will start on 11,July. This date may get delayed because of Apple's ban request of the Galaxy S III in the US court.
Sprint will get the Samsung Galaxy S III in both colors, Launching on 21,June. Priced at $200 for 16GB and $250 for the 32GB in a 2-years contract
US Cellular is offering both the Marble White and Pebble Blue colors, although the 32GB model only will come in White and will start shipping on early July. Prices in the Photo Above.
Users waiting for Samsung's flagship smartphone to hit Sprint and T-Mobile may have to scamper to score a unit on the launch day. Sprint has confirmed to Engadget that they're running a little behind on shipments as Galaxy S III has witnessed an overwhelming demand. Sprint however, has promised to fulfill the 16GB variant pre-orders but 32GB customers won't get it until next week.
T-Mobile, on the other hand, will go ahead and launch the phone as planned but the retail sales will be limited to the "top 29 markets" initially followed by other regions as the demand and shipment eases.
The top 29 Markets are:
Sprint's Samsung Galaxy Nexus owners will get a minor software update today, July 26. However, it is not the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update that you've been waiting for. The Jelly Bean update is a little bit delayed but its coming for sure!
The Minor update of today will bring the smartphone's software build version to number L700.FG01. One of the changes you might notice is the tweaked on-screen signal strength indicator, although that does not necessarily mean that you will be getting better reception. Support for Sprint TV is being added as well, which is more than welcome for folks who like to keep an eye on ESPN while on the go.
Also Notice that Wi-Fi and LTE will be set to "on" by default with the new software, given that Sprint's LTE network is already operational and will keep on growing over time.