May the Sprint Force Be With You, for $49.99
Sprint today announced the Sprint Force, an affordable 4G LTE smartphone. The Force runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and features a 4-inch WVGA display and 1.5GHz dual-core processor with 1GB of RAM and 4GB of built-in storage. The Force includes two cameras; a 5-megapixel main camera and 1-megapixel secondary camera. Other features include Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth 4.0, and NFC. The device comes with a number of Sprint-branded services, such as Sprint iD, Sprint TV, and Sprint Music Plus. The Sprint Force is available online and in stores beginning today for $49.99 with a new contract. The Force is made by ZTE, and is also available without a contract for $200 via Boost Mobile, which is owned by Sprint.
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LTE Comes To Virgin, Boost
Sprint today announced the first LTE 4G phones for its prepaid brands, Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile. Boost will get the all-new Force, made by ZTE, as well as the HTC One SV, already offered by MetroPCS.
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.
Sprint, Boost, and Virgin to Sell the HTC Desire 510
Sprint today announced it and its prepaid brands will all soon offer the HTC Desire 510. HTC announced the 510 last month.
Kyocera Torque XT Now On Sale at Sprint Stores
Sprint and Kyocera today announced the Torque XT, a minor update to the original Torque. The two updates include compatibility with Sprint's Direct Connect walkie-talkie service, and the improvement on onboard storage to 20GB.