Sprint to Upgrade Current WinMo Phones To 6.1
Upgrades will be available this summer for the Samsung Ace, Motorola Q9c, HTC Touch, and HTC Mogul. New phones going forward will come with version 6.1, including "a new Palm Treo launching later this year".
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Hands-On with HTC Bolt for Sprint
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kind of already posted this
Question for the smart!
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Not really much difference. There are leaked versions of 6.1 already. I haven't been too impressed.
Sprint kicks a$$!
Sprint will deff. be on top by the end of this year if they keep launching updates like this before any other carrier.
By then you won't only be their only user, but their only customer.