Sprint Details First Tri-Band LTE Phones with 'Spark'
Sprint today announced Sprint Spark, its next-generation networking technology that will make use of all three Sprint spectrum bands to boost mobile broadband speeds to 50-60Mbps. "Sprint Spark is a combination of advanced capabilities, like 1x, 2x and 3x carrier aggregation for speed, 8T8R for coverage, MIMO for capacity, TDD for spectral efficiency, together with the most advanced devices offering both tri-band capability and high-definition voice for the best possible customer experience," said Sprint CEO Dan Hesse. Sprint said it will deploy Spark in 100 of the country's largest cities over the course of the next three years, but five markets are launching Spark today: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Tampa and Miami. Sprint expects 100 million Americans will have Sprint Spark or 2.5GHz coverage by the end of 2014. Sprint Spark gives tri-band devices the ability to actively hand-off data sessions between its three spectrum bands. Sprint says this helps boost both speed and capacity. The devices first to include Sprint Spark are the Samsung Galaxy Mega and Galaxy S4 mini, and the LG G2. All three handsets will reach stores November 8. The two Samsung phones will receive a system update shortly after they go on sale that will activate their tri-band services, while the G2 will receive the same update in early 2014. The Mega will cost $199.99 with a contract or $19.59 per month with Sprint One Up; the GS4 Mini will cost $99.99 with a new contract or $16.67 per month with Sprint One Up; and the G2 will cost $199.99 with a new contract or $22.92 per month with Sprint One Up. Sprint also said that the HTC One max will be available "soon." It will cost $249.99 with a new contract or $25.00 per month with Sprint One Up.
Review: HTC One max
HTC takes the One series to its logical conclusion with the One max, an Android smartphone meant for two hands and not one.
AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, U.S. Cellular to Sell Galaxy S4 Mini
Oct 23, 2013
Samsung today announced that the Galaxy S4 Mini will become available from the top U.S. network operators beginning in November.
Sprint Gives Samsung GS4 International Wi-Fi Calling
Aug 28, 2014
Sprint today said an over-the-air software update to the Samsung Galaxy S4 with Sprint Spark will allow owners to use Sprint's Wi-Fi Calling service when traveling abroad. The service lets people connect calls for free over Wi-Fi networks.
Sprint's LG G2 Earns KitKat Update
Mar 31, 2014
Sprint's variant of the LG G2 should begin receiving the Android 4.4 KitKat update beginning today. In addition to KitKat, the update adds cloud printing.
LG to Push Knock Code to G2, G Flex in April
Mar 24, 2014
LG today announced it is prepared to extend the availability of its Knock Code feature beginning next month. Knock Code lets LG device owners use a pattern of knocks to wake up and unlock their smartphone.
Samsung Galaxy S 4 mini (Sprint, U.S. Cellular)
4.3" display 540 x 960 pixels
Snapdragon MSM8930 Pro processor 1.5 GB RAM
1,900 mAh battery
Memory Card Slot, Headphone Jack (3.5mm), NFC
LG G2 (Sprint)
5.2" display 1080 x 1920 pixels
Snapdragon 800 processor 2 GB RAM
3,000 mAh battery
Headphone Jack (3.5mm), NFC
Sprint CEO is a Moron!
Sprint's service does not exist in New York City....literally everyday I'm forced to look at blank white web pages that cannot load or indication that the service is unavailable; despite Sprint reps claiming for years that their service will be updated, it NEVER has happened.
Now, we're given the chance to ACTUALLY receive service that we've been paying for, but for an even more of an elevated price? Well, at this point Sprint has ZERO credibility, and honestly should not even be in business on the East Coast; is this the new tactic by the CEO....let's continue to rip off our customers in high hopes that they'll believe we're something more than we've already failed at for years?
Here's a word of advice....how ab...
but not the Note 3
Oh please lmao...
and nexus 5