For unlocked models that are pretty reasonably priced at $649, you can buy the U11 from Amazon and HTC.com in blue, black, or silver (which is light blue). The unlocked version works on AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon, so we’re talking about a fully unlocked phone with almost universal compatibility here. (more…)
Today, Sprint announced the Sprint Magic Box, the “world’s first all-wireless small cell.” That’s wireless network speak for a little box that extends Sprint’s network in places it might struggle to reach and could improve download and uploads speeds “on average by 200 percent.” Not only that, but it might help Sprint build out its network to more customers everywhere with the help of you and I. (more…)
Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ launch day is here! After months of speculation and rumor, followed by an Unpacked event a few weeks back and then a pre-order period, the phones are now in stores. And we’re not talking select stores – we’re talking all the stores.
Not that you can keep up, but Sprint changed its unlimited plan offerings once again. They do this every month or so by tweaking the pricing slightly and extending out the promotional period before your bill skyrockets. It’s odd, but it’s also very Sprint. Today, the company is simplifying their Unlimited Freedom plan, which I think just means dropping the price slightly. (more…)
Back in January, Samsung told us to expect Android Nougat updates on the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy Note 5 to start rolling out within the first half of the year. Sprint appears to be first on the list to push that type of action, as Note 5 users there began receiving the update last night.
The update is rolling out as a 1.4GB file, so be sure to juice up before trying to pull it. Once done, the update should land as software version N920PVPU3DQC5. (more…)