Boost Mobile has launched their latest smartphone. The handset is the Warp 4G and as the name would imply, it brings 4G LTE connectivity. Boost has the handset selling for $199.99 and with specs to include a 4.5-inch display, dual-core 1.2GHz processor and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
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Boost Mobile looks to have begun rolling out an update for the HTC One SV. This update will bring your handset up to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and is arriving with HTC Sense 4+. Boost Mobile has yet to post an official changelog for the update, however there are plenty of details that have been shared.
Boost Mobile has confirmed the availability Samsung Galaxy Prevail II and Kyocera Hydro Edge this morning. The Galaxy Prevail II is available for purchase as of today and the Kyocera Hydro Edge will be arriving in the not to distant future. As standard practice with Boost Mobile, both of these devices will arrive contract-free. The Galaxy Prevail II will be $179.99 and the Hydro Edge will be $149.99.
rumors and leaks, Boost Mobile has confirmed the upcoming availability of the LG Optimus F7 smartphone. The handset will be available beginning on June 27th and will arrive priced at $299.99. And just to make it clear, that is a contract-free price. Those considering a purchase will be getting 4G LTE connectivity along with Jelly Bean and a 4.7-inch True HD IPS display.
GALAXY S 4 may be the latest from Samsung, it doesn't change the fact that the Galaxy S III is still a rather capable handset. With that in mind, it looks like the Galaxy S III will be launching with two additional carriers in June. The carriers include Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile, however at present neither have announced the pricing.
LG officially unveiled the Optimus F7 during Mobile World Congress. We then later saw the handset released as the Optimus LTE III in Korea, however otherwise, release news for the F7 has remained on the quiet side. And well, while we have yet to see anything official, rumors suggest Boost Mobile will soon be launching the handset.
Boost Mobile and LG announced the Venice, which will soon be taking up residence on Boost's shelves. To Android fanatics, the LG Venice will look instantly familiar, and that's because it's Boost's version of the LG Optimus L7, which launched at the beginning of summer. Not much has changed with the Optimus L7's transition to the Venice, aside from the name of course.