Sprint Launches Three New Androids With Sprint ID
Oct 6, 2010, 4:10 PM by Philip Berne
Sprint launched three new Android phones across a range of price points, all with the new Sprint ID interface software on board.
- Samsung Transform: The Samsung Transform is the most powerful of the three new phones. A QWERTY slider, the Transform features an 800 MHz processor and dual cameras, a 3.2 megapixel shooter around back and a VGA camera up front for self-portraits and video conferencing. The Transform features a large, full-QWERTY keyboard that slides out from beneath the 3.5-inch screen. The phone will be available on 10/10 from Sprint for $150 with a contract agreement.
- Sanyo Zio: The Sanyo Zio is a full touchscreen phone with a 3.5-inch display and a trackball just beneath the screen for navigating the interface. A 600 MHz processor drives the phone, which runs Android 2.1 with Sprint ID on top. That's a step up from the version released on Cricket, which runs Android 1.6. The Zio uses a 3.2 megapixel camera. The phone will be available on 10/10 for $100 with a contract.
- LG Optimus S: As part of the new LG Optimus family, Sprint is launching the LG Optimus S with its own Sprint ID software built in. The Optimus S will launch three weeks after the other two Sprint ID Android phones, but it will run Android 2.2 instead of 2.1. The Optimus S runs on a 600 MHz processor, and the screen is a 3.2-inch display. The phone will be available first in black, then later in purple.
|these phones are going to suck||Android Ace||
|Bring it on Sprint!||DiamondPro||
|The Optimus is coming to UsCellular||mragentman||
|I Don't get it||Big Poppa||
|I'm waiting On...||crood||
|Digging the Transform...||GodDuckman||
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