Tag: Sprint

Samsung Moment Android phone announced

Sprint have outed their first Android smartphone, the Samsung Moment.  The Moment has a 3.2-inch AMOLED touchscreen running a 320 x 480 resolution, together...

The Washington Post looks at Sprint HTC Hero

The Washington Post has looked at the Sprint HTC Hero mobile phone and says that the handset is a big leap for Sprint and...

Sprint to give devs free HTC Hero and service

Sprint has announced that at the developer's conference it is holding on October 26 it will be giving away free HTC Hero handsets and...

Best Buy to Offer HTC Hero on Sprint

One of the things that I hate the most about buying smartphones is that the price you see typically isn't the real price of...

Sprint planning HTC Hero & combo CDMA/WiMAX Android phone?

No official confirmation as yet, but according to PhoneNews Sprint is internally testing a CDMA version of the HTC Hero with a release planned...

First Samsung Android phone in June; two US devices later in 2009

The Samsung Android smartphone spotted last month could arrive sooner than expected, with the first Google OS handset from the company now shipping in...

Samsung working on an Android-powered handset for late 2009

We have received word that Samsung is working on their “Gphone” with the aim of second quarter next year for Sprint Nextel and T-Mobile....

Samsung Android smartphone coming Q2 2009 to Sprint & T-Mobile

Samsung are working on an Android-powered device, which will launch in Q2 2009 on Sprint and T-Mobile USA.  According to industry sources, the handset...

Sprint finally accepts Android

Despite Sprint’s CEO Dan Hesse claiming Android is not good enough for the Sprint name, they are ready to welcome an Android-powered handset sometime...

Hop-on questions Sprint; spills beans about future Android-powered handsets

Hop-on has reason to believe that the reason Sprint’s CEO Dan Hesse is dismissing Google’s Android Platform, despite being on of the founders of...

Android Community Week in Review – Week 44 2008

Sprint has commented on their future with Android this week. Sprint CEO Dan Hesse, told the media that Android is not (yet) good enough...

Android not good enough for Sprint name

Sprint has been having a lot of trouble marketing their own handsets in the last few years. They simply don’t have many phones to...

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Android 11 Developer Preview

Android 11 Developer Preview outed by Google earlier than usual

This seems too early but Google has just announced the Android 11 Developer Preview. This is the first time the tech giant is using...

LG G8X ThinQ Dual Screen review: a few steps shy of...

Foldables are the new obsession in the mobile tech industry but we're still very far from the ideal, especially when it comes to durability...