BLU has just launched its very first smartphone dedicated to Sprint network, making it compatible with both Sprint itself and the network’s prepaid subsidiaries like Boost Mobile. Just as always with BLU’s devices, the BLU S1 is sold unlocked and offers a great money-to-value ratio. If you act fast enough you can grab this cool device with a significant discount from Amazon, or completely for free if you switch to Sprint.
After its successful launch at Boost Mobile, the ZTE Max XL ports to Sprint, expanding the carrier’s portfolio of affordable devices. Although the phone’s hardware matches the sub-$200 price tag, the handset surprises us with a massive 6-inch Full HD screen and the latest Android experience. Right now the ZTE Max XL is ready for purchase at Sprint along with two Connect devices – Warp Connect hotspot and Connect 4 router.
HTC finally took the wraps off of its latest flagship smartphone for 2017. Called the HTC U11 the phone is both a member of the new HTC’s U family and the successor to the last year’s HTC One 10. However, it’s not the name that makes the phone stand out of the crowd, as the phone’s most intriguing feature is Edge Sense. This innovative technology introduces a new way of a phone control.
Sprint has just expanded its lineup by another affordable phone. Although the Galaxy J7 Perx is not a major Samsung release, it is surely a device worth your attention, especially if you’re looking for a decent phone for less. Being a refreshment of the last year’s Galaxy J7, the Perx is a 5.5-inch phablet offering a bit more than just basic communication features.
Rumored for almost two months the HTC Bolt finally got introduced to the public. Being a Sprint-exclusive offering the phablet is said to be the most advanced phone HTC has ever built. In order to deliver a really fast and powerful device the company had to take all the good points of its recent flagship – the HTC 10 – and make it even better. This resulted in a Snapdragon 810-driven smartphone closed in a water resistant metal body shell.
Patience of those waiting for the LG V20’s US market debut has finally been rewarded, as the phone has just started to make its way to the US customers. The LG V20 is now available nationwide through carriers like AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint and US Cellular and other big electronics retailers, giving its potential buyers a wide range of purchase options. See which carrier offers best price on the new LG’s phablet.
The Samsung Galaxy J3 2016 was announced in November 2015 so it’s not exactly the newest kid on the block. The phone was unveiled in China but it was speculated that it would arrive to the US at some point and indeed it did. In mid-January the device was launched by Sprint and its subsidiaries, Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile, but its journey to the US market didn’t end there. The Galaxy J3 is now on sale also through AT&T and Verizon Wireless.
HTC 10 is now available for pre-order through Verizon, coming Unlocked next week, heading over to Sprint stores on May 13
Released two weeks ago the HTC 10 is now starting to launch around the globe reaching the States on May 5. Sprint and Verizon are the very first US carriers to add the HTC’s latest flagship to their lineup with the Big Red already putting the handset for pre-order. Both carriers will give you the choice of paying the phone off upright or sign up for an installment plan. What’s more, if you are a GSM network enthusiast, the HTC 10’s unlocked version is also expected to be within our reach next week.
Kyocera and Sprint joined their efforts to deliver the world an ultra-rugged flip phone able to survive every hostile conditions it meets on its way. Dubbed the Kyocera DuraXTP the phone comes labeled with military standard certification for water, dust, extreme temperature and other hazardous environments and sports push to talk service that altogether make it a reliable work companion in the most dangerous jobsite.
LG Tribute 2 and Tribute Duo coming to Virgin Mobile and Sprint Prepaid service priced $99 without contract
For the most part we focus on high-end phones in our posts, but in fact they are outnumbered by more modest devices. The thing is, though, that these less advanced phones usually don’t get so much attention. And it’s a shame, really, since some of them are pretty interesting offerings, especially if you consider price to specs ratio. If you are looking for an affordable smartphone with decent hardware and up-to-date software, you may want to check out Sprint Prepaid and Virgin Mobile offer – the LG Tribute 2 and Tribute Duo are coming to their service right this moment.
Four new HTC Desire phones bound for US carriers – Desire 626, Desire 626s, Desire 520 and Desire 526
For the last three years HTC has been focused mostly on the premium One series, somewhat neglecting more budget-conscious customers. The company launched a few mid-range phones; however, its contribution to the mid tier has been rather modest recently, at least compared to the most prolific manufacturers. It’s time for a change, though. HTC has just announced four new Desire phones bound for US carriers – the Desire 520, Desire 526, Desire 626 and Desire 626s.
Samsung announced the Galaxy Grand Prime way back in September 2014. It took seven months for the phone to arrive on the US soil but it finally made a debut in April at Cricket. However, the prepaid carrier won’t be the only network offering this device in the US. In a couple of days, the low priced Galaxy Grand Prime will land on Sprint. To be more exact, the carrier will add the handset to its portfolio on July 10th.
Sprint added the LG G Stylo to its list of Android offerings featuring bigger display. Available in metallic silver this 5.7-inch phablet is now on sale labeled with an affordable price tag that should get attention of the folks out there on a tight budget. You can pick up the phone paying just $49.99 with a two-year contract or it can be yours for less than $300 without any long term commitments. If you’ve been thinking about getting yourself the new LG G Stylo stay with us as we are going to take a closer look at Sprint’s new arrival.
The LG G Stylo was unveiled almost a month ago, on April 21st to be more exact, in Korea. At the time of its announcement it was speculated that the phablet could be destined only for the Korean market as no information regarding launch in other countries was provided. It turns out, however, that LG is not going to limit the phone’s availability to Asia. In fact, the LG G Stylo for Boost Mobile prepaid service is already for sale. The phablet costs $199.99 and, like other Boost Mobile phones, doesn’t require a contract.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge were announced at the beginning of the month at annual electronics show MWC but the phones weren’t available for purchase immediately. With such premium devices, it was clear that interest would be high, so the manufacturer had to secure enough units to make sure initial demand would be satisfied. It took Samsung almost an entire month to do that but finally the Galaxy S6 and the Edge variant are ready to go on sale with pre-orders starting today. Want to know which US carrier offers the cheapest Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge? Find out below.
It’s been almost a month since the HTC One M9 was introduced to the world at MWC 2015 in Barcelona. So many things have happened in the mobile world since then that it feels like it was an ages ago. Thinking back to that day we can’t help but remember how anxiously we waited for the phone’s official release. It seemed that this day would never arrive and yet, here we are, just days from holding this premium device in our hands as US carriers: Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint are now accepting pre-orders on the HTC One M9. Wondering which one is going to be the cheapest? Here you can check all the details.
At the end of February Motorola has made official a follow-up to its very affordable and successful Moto E smartphone. Called simply Moto E 2nd Generation, the phone arrived in the US a couple of days ago, however, it could be purchased only SIM-lock free model directly from manufacturer’s online store. Starting today, customers will have more options to grab the device on CDMA network as it’s now available for Boost Mobile and Sprint Prepaid customers.
LG G Flex 2 for Sprint is now available for pre-order in two colors: Volcano Red and Platinum Silver
One of the most anticipated smartphones of this year, the LG G Flex 2, was introduced to the world at Consumer Electronics Show back in January. That same month the curved handset went on sale in Korea, LG’s home market, however, potential buyers in other markets weren’t so lucky and had to wait a little bit longer. The wait is finally over, though, at least for US customers, and the LG G Flex 2 for Sprint is now available for pre-order via carrier’s online store.
As promised, on Tuesday HTC expanded the Desire lineup with a new device. The new member of the family is called Desire 626 and at the time of launch it was exclusive only to the manufacturer’s home market, that is Taiwan. Although it wasn’t officially confirmed, many sources suggest that the phone will be available globally sooner or later. While there is still no official word on worldwide release, it looks like the device will be on sale in the US via Sprint prepaid service.
The source of this news is @upleaks who claims that the HTC Desire 626 will arrive to Sprint as a prepaid phone. The handset could replace the Desire 510 which has been available since September.
When a new smartphone is announced, manufacturers often reveal pricing and availability details together with specs. Sometimes, however, they opt not to this immediately. That’s what Motorola did with the Nexus 6. The phone was announced on October 15th, but we had to wait almost the whole month to learn which carriers will offer the device, when and for how much. If you are wondering where you can buy the Google Nexus 6 on contract, here are the details.