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Cellular South to Offer Sprint-styled HTC Hero

 Cellular South, the largest privately held wireless provider in the US which focuses on customers in the gulf coast, will be the third US carrier to officially support Android (T-Mobile and Sprint being first and second). Cellular South just announced that they will offer the Sprint-styled HTC...

Sprint Unveils Any Mobile Anytime, Great Plan for Sprint Hero

 Oh boy. Sprint just made a doozy of an announcement by introducing Any Mobile, Anytime. Any Mobile, Anytime allows for your Sprint phone to call any mobile phone (be it from AT&T, Verizon, or T-Mobile) for free at any time of the day. It's basically free mobile-to-mobile for any mobile phone...

Best Buy Will Sell Sprint HTC Hero, Better Option Than Buying From Sprint

 Like seemingly every other phone in the world, the HTC Hero will be available at Best Buy. Best Buy Mobile has just announced that they'll be offering up the HTC Hero on October 11th for the same price of $179.99. They'll be the only non-Sprint store that'll sell the Hero so if you have a Best Buy...

How Do You Feel About the HTC Hero on Sprint ?

 If you didn't know, the HTC Hero is launching on Sprint.You can't say Sprint isn't trying. Bleeding money and rumors of downfall can't sink a ship when they continue to bust their behinds trying to get past the rough waters. Translation: Sprint now exclusively has two of the most compelling...

Does the Sprint HTC Hero Have A Different Design ?

 Now this was unexpected. Word on the street (aka 8080.net) is that the phone pictured above is actually Sprint's version of the HTC Hero. It's not that sharp edged, big chin version of the Hero we've grown to love but rather a softer, more curvacious version. The flush hardware buttons are...

Best Buy Starting Pre-Orders of Sprint HTC Hero September 13th ?

We've been hearing so many rumors and reports pointing the HTC Hero in Sprint's direction that it's pretty much become the absolute truth. At this point, to hear anything other than Sprint getting the Hero would be almost shocking. With an expected October release date, it looks like the HTC Hero...

HTC Hero with CDMA Clears FCC, So Heading to Sprint

 The Notorious FCC is at it again. This time the ridiculously anticipated HTC Hero just cleared their hands and those previous HTC Hero to Sprint rumors are getting realer by the second--because this version of the Hero rocks CDMA, which just so happens to be what Sprint's network is constructed on...

Pictures of Android Powered Samsung InstinctQ for Sprint Leak

 Meet the Samsung InstinctQ. Judging from the leaked picture above, the InstinctQ is going to be an Android powered Sprint device that includes a hardware QWERTY keyboard (joy!) and from the looks of it, solid styling. If you remember correctly, we had previously reported on an Android-powered...

HTC Support Site Reveals HTC Hero Heading to Sprint

 It's been rumored before but it looks to be all confirmed now--the HTC Hero will be heading to Sprint. Engadget has seen the official HTC Support Site for the HTC Hero and it detailed the Hero as a Sprint device and that's pretty much that. Sprint is certainly strengthening their product portfolio...

Sprint Releasing HTC Hero & Samsung Q Android Phones on October 11th

A forum member on xda-developers just posted this picture detailing an expected launch of the HTC Hero on October 11th on Sprint. Though this particular picture confirms nothing really, it does corroborate with what the same forum member has been saying about the Hero and Sprint since April.Forum ...

Sprint, Sony, & Motorola Post Bad Financial Numbers, Could Use Android

 So let’s paint a picture of a fantasy world. There’s this hot product that have a lot of folks abuzz and excited about. The product can be had by any company with no licensing costs and will certainly garner your company loads of media attention and likely success. Your company is also losing...

Sprint CEO Says Sprint Will Get Android Phone in 2009

Is the renaissance of Sprint already in motion? We’ve already had the successful launch of the Palm Pre, will we follow that effort up with a Sprint Android launch?Sprint CEO Dan Hesse, infamous for saying Android wasn’t ready yet, is now changing his tune believing that Android 1.5 is finally...

Sprint Testing HTC Hero and Developing Samsung Android WiMax Phone?

 There are some rumors floating around that Sprint is currently internally testing the HTC Hero. Sprint has so far avoided Android, even going as far as saying Android simply wasn't good enough yet, is the HTC Hero the first Android device that's 'good enough' in Sprint's eyes? It seems so.The even...

Sprint Posts More Losses, Needs A Boost of Android

 Another quarter passes, another quarter of losses for the downtrodden carrier which is Sprint. Though this time the news is "less bad" than previous quarters--Sprint held losses to $594 million for Q1 and lost 182,000 subscribers--reports are beginning to surface that they might resort to...

Sprint Loses A Million Subscribers, $1.6 Billion Dollars Too

We hate to focus on negativity here, especially in our country's current economic state, but Sprint just announced their Q4 2008 numbers and it ain't pretty. They lost 1.3 million subscribers and $1.6 billion. Apparently, as big as those numbers are it wasn't as bad as anticipated so their stock...

Samsung Android For T-Mobile and Sprint

Just another black slab, or something more? Samsung Electronics will be releasing a Google Android phone on the T-Mobile and Sprint Nextel networks sometime in 2009. Although there are no details yet on pricing and specifications, this new Android phone is expected to look similar to the Samsung...

Samsung to Make Android Device For Sprint & T-Mobile

Our stance on Android Devices is that we want more of them, from any phone maker, on any network. Year 2009 seems to be shaping up in a big way for Android Devices and looks to be even bigger with Samsung confirming that they'll be bringing an Android Device to both Sprint AND T-Mobile this year....

Android Central on the Palm Pre, webOS, and Sprint

If you missed Palm’s keynote yesterday, be sure to check out TreoCentral’s coverage of all things Palm, Pre, and webOS! To quickly recap: Palm held their keynote showcasing their new device and platform. Here are Android Central's impressions on the events. When word started spreading about a...

Samsung Bringing Android Device to Sprint & T-Mobile ?

Everybody is waiting in anticipation to see what the next Android devices will be, what they'll look like, who they'll come from, and so on. This time the word says that Samsung will be releasing Android Devices to both Sprint and T-Mobile in Q2. Supposedly, the devices are supposed to resemble...

Google VP of Mobile Technology to Give Keynote at Sprint's Mobile Developer Conference

Whoa, this came out of left field. Remember Sprint CEO Dan Hesse saying that Android simply wasn't good enough yet? And do you remember Sprint's wishy-washy position on Android since then? Well then why oh why is Google's VP of Mobile Technology, Rich Miner, giving the keynote at Sprint's mobile...

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