Previous rumors hinted that Sprint might launch a version of the popular Samsung Galaxy Note. But the lack of new leaks and updates have calmed down the rumors of the arrival of the popular Android phone for the Now Network.
Well, an interesting occurrence have caused the rumors to start anew. This time the culprit is the Sprint website, which revitalized the rumors by posting an image of an unbranded device that closely resembles the Samsung Galaxy Note.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus for the Now Network might finally arrive at your local Sprint store. Rumors indicate that the handset will be released on April 22 but new leaks indicate that the handset may become available a week earlier.
The folks at Phandroid have published images of interesting posters that have been received by some Sprint stores. The posters indicate that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus will be displayed in the carrier's store windows on April 15th.
The HTC Evo One for Sprint has been rumored to be arriving on June 6 and more information on this handset has surfaced before it has become official. The folks at PocketNow have obtained a press photo of the device and Android Life gotten its hands on the anticipated smartphone.
A 4G LTE-ready smartphone for Sprint will become available for pre-order in the next couple of weeks. The carrier has announced that interested consumers can pre-order the LG Viper starting on April 12 for $99.99 with a two-year contract and a $50 mail-in rebate.
The HTC Arrive was the last Windows Phone that Sprint has offered since last year. However, it appears that the carrier is planning to introduce a new Windows Phone made by LG.
The FCC has exposed a new upcoming Sprint cell phone called the LG LS831. The documentation for this device shows that it will support the 800 MHz and 1900MHz CDMA bands. Fortunately, images included in the documents allow us to see how the device will look like. The pictures show a large Windows Phone logo on the back of the device, which leaves no doubt on the operating system for this handset.
There's no doubt that the Apple iPhone 4S is one of the most popular smartphones in the world. This notion is reflected in the US market where the handset has been ranked as the top best-selling smartphone for the month of March.
A team led by Canaccord Genuity analyst Mike Walkley made some checks, which revealed that Apple's handset is most popular smartphone in March among the subscribers of Verizon Wireless, AT&T and Sprint. The iPhone 4S has held this spot since it was launched last October.
Here's some nice rumors for Sprint subscribers. The rumor mill has produced the possible release dates for two of the first smartphones for the carrier's upcoming 4G LTE network.
The folks at The Verge have obtained a leaked Walmart internal document that reveals the release date for a couple of exciting upcoming Sprint cell phones. It appears that the carrier intends to offer the Samsung Galaxy Nexus on April 22, while the LG Viper is set to arrive on April 15.
Sprint's next EVO flagship smartphone might arrive in a few months. An insider who wishes to remain nameless have informed the folks at Android Central that the smartphone may be announced on April 4 and is set to hit the stores on June 6.
This upcoming Sprint mobile phone will apparently be branded as the HTC Evo One. It is expected to be a version of the HTC One X and will feature support for the carrier's 4G LTE network. This powerful Android smartphone will also sport a 4.7 inch, 720p AMOLED screen and a 1.5 dual-core Krait processor.