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  • Sprint Goes Green (Yet Again) With The Eco-Conscious LG Optimus Elite

    Sprint Goes Green (Yet Again) With The Eco-Conscious LG Optimus Elite

    Well, Sprint certainly seems hell-bent on making this Earth Day one to remember. Not only have they decided to launch the LTE-friendly LG Viper and Galaxy Nexus on April 22, Sprint has announced that they have chosen that same day to release the new eco-friendly LG Optimus Elite. Unlike the flashier handsets launching alongside it, the Optimus Elite is unlikely to turn too many heads. It’s… Read More

  • Sprint’s $199 Galaxy Nexus Launches On April 22 With $40 Google Wallet Credit In Tow

    Sprint’s $199 Galaxy Nexus Launches On April 22 With $40 Google Wallet Credit In Tow

    If they haven’t already done it, Sprint customers in need of an upgrade should make it a point to circle April 22 on their calendars. Not only has Sprint chosen that day to launch their eco-friendly LG Viper, the nation’s third largest wireless carrier has just confirmed on Twitter that the Galaxy Nexus will be available for $199 (with contract) that same day. Read More

  • HTC And Sprint Officially Unveil The New EVO 4G LTE

    HTC And Sprint Officially Unveil The New EVO 4G LTE

    It’s hardly a surprise anymore (as is usually the case) but here it is anyway — Sprint CEO Dan Hesse and HTC President Jason Mackenzie have just taken the stage at their collaboration event in New York, and just officially unveiled the new EVO 4G LTE. For all my moaning about design (more on that later), my mother always taught me that it’s what’s on the inside that… Read More

  • No LTE, No Problem: Sprint’s $100 LG Viper Goes Up For Pre-Order On April 12

    No LTE, No Problem: Sprint’s $100 LG Viper Goes Up For Pre-Order On April 12

    Sprint still hasn’t launched their new LTE network yet, but if a new announcement about a LTE-capable handsey is any indication, they’re getting pretty close. Though the existence of a Sprint-bound Galaxy Nexus probably overshadowed it a bit, Sprint has announced that LG’s eco-friendly Viper handset will be available for pre-order beginning on April 12 with a release soon… Read More

  • Please Don’t Let This Be What The EVO One Looks Like

    Please Don’t Let This Be What The EVO One Looks Like

    Well, I suppose it was bound to happen. Just one day before HTC and Sprint kick off their so-called collaboration event in New York City, the team at PocketNow has gotten their hands on what they claim is the first press shot of the device to be unveiled: the EVO One. The device’s supposed internals sure seem to be a treat, at least according to a tip that Android Central received a … Read More

  • Sprint And HTC Announce “Collaboration Event” In NYC On April 4th

    Sprint And HTC Announce “Collaboration Event” In NYC On April 4th

    Oh you guuuuys. Rather than just call it what it is (a press conference) Sprint and HTC have just sent out invitations to what they’re calling a “collaboration event” taking place in New York City on April 4. The invitation (as always) is delightfully vague, leaving the rest of us to speculate endlessly in the days leading up to the event. If the ever-churning rumor mill is… Read More

  • Sprint’s Galaxy Nexus To Launch On April 15?

    Sprint’s Galaxy Nexus To Launch On April 15?

    According to an internal Sprint source that spoke with S4GRU, the Galaxy Nexus will show up on Sprint shelves on April 15. You know, just over three months since the Verizon version launched and mere months away from the launch of Samsung’s next flagship: the Galaxy S III. Talk about good timing. Still, Sprint could use this phone on its network, even if the Nexus heyday has already… Read More

  • Sprint Officially Kills LightSquared Deal, Returns $65M In Prepayments

    Sprint Officially Kills LightSquared Deal, Returns $65M In Prepayments

    It only seemed like a matter of time before things got worse for LightSquared, and today the nation’s third largest wireless carrier has dealt the ailing company another significant blow. With the upstart network provider unable to land FCC approval thanks to some pesky GPS interference issues, Sprint has announced that they have chosen to officially terminate their agreement with… Read More

  • Sprint Lost A Lot Of Money Selling Lots Of iPhones

    Sprint Lost A Lot Of Money Selling Lots Of iPhones

    Call it a sort of a bear hug: Sprint, the also-ranniest of the also-rans in the carrier world, lost money selling phones that, on the aggregate gained them subscribers. It’s also Catch-22, a blindside, and a mess. According to Sprint, the company reported a net loss last quarter while still selling 1.8 million iPhones and increasing their subscriber base by 1.6 million. How? The… Read More

  • Sprint Sold 1.8 Million iPhones Last Quarter, 40 Percent To New Customers

    Sprint Sold 1.8 Million iPhones Last Quarter, 40 Percent To New Customers

    Sprint Nextel this morning released its earnings for the fourth quarter of 2011 as well as the full-year results. The company reported a net loss of $1.3 billion for the quarter, and $2.9 billion for the whole of 2011. Read More

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