Sprint Launches LG Bluetooth Phone
Dec 2, 2004, 11:29 AM by (staff)
Sprint today officially launched the LG PM-325, a slide-style model with Bluetooth and a VGA camera. The PM-325 is Sprint's first Bluetooth phone since the Sony Ericsson T608, which only saw limited distribution. Other features include an internal antenna, voice dialing, one-way speakerphone, and recordable voice ringers. The PM-325 is available now for $229.99, or $79.99 after rebate with a two-year agreement.
Sprint Kicks Off Sales of the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime On July 10
Sprint today announced that it will begin selling the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime on July 10. The phone has a 5-inch qHD display, 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 8-megapixel main camera, 5-megapixel front camera, and a 2,600mAh battery.
Sprint Spreads the LG Tribute 2 to Virgin and Sprint Prepaid
Sprint today announced the LG Tribute 2 is now available from Virgin Mobile and Sprint Prepaid. The Tribute 2 has LG's signature rear-placed buttons, 1.2 GHz quad-core processor, LTE, Bluetooth, and WiFi.
Sprint Lists Samsung Galaxy J7 Perx for $264
Sprint recently added the Samsung Galaxy J7 Perx to its lineup of inexpensive Android handset. The Perx appears to be a minor refresh of last year's J7.
Sprint to Sell ZTE Max XL
Sprint today added the ZTE Max XL to is lineup of big-screened Android handsets. The Max XL, which is already available from Sprint-owned Boost Mobile, features a 6-inch full HD display and 3,990mAh battery.
Using phone on Verizon...
... if anyone can get this phone working on Verizon with the headset (required), with 2-way SMS (required), with any web gateway (nice, not required), with dial-up networking (nice, not required), with calendar / con
From a technical stand point, yes you will be able to get the phone to work. But...(here it comes) like SPCDVZWJeff said, The BREW and JAVA issue will prevent you from using data services on your phone. More importantly there are two more thing...
Is Sprint going to shoot itself in the foot again by not enabling tethering? Next question: if tethering is enabled, will Sprint shoot itself in the other foot by charging dramatically higher per/MB rates? Sometimes