Last modified on November 21st, 2013, Posted on November 21st, 2013
Now, the Sprint model of the LG G Flex LS955 has passed through the FCC. The FCC documentation also revealed that the handset comes with Sprint Sprint’s tri-band LTE (800MHz, 1,900MHz and 2,500MHz). Good to hear that the Sprint variant has passed through the FCC. I am excited to be able to test this phone hopefully released next month. Interesting that Europe gets it before America, carriers must really be trying to screw up the software.
The Sprint Nexus 5 is now on sale for $49.99 on contract. Sprint Nexus 5 has the latest Android version and will continue to receive the latest and greatest from Google, promptly. The speaker phone isn’t quite loud enough for me for calls. On ear call volume are fine, however. This phone is probably the only phone that supports Sprint’s Spark network. The specs are pretty high-end and it also has wireless charging. It works with Sprint, T-Mobile, and AT&T so you can switch carrier easily.
The Sprint HTC One Max is now on sale for $249 on contract. It’s only $149.99 if you port a number and open new account. Don’t forget that this phone is one of the first to support Sprints Spark 4g LTE network, which is capable of reaching 100mbps!
Fair enough on the SD card slot. Of course, you conveniently glossed over all the others. Nothing on the other specs are debatable. It never included the Snapdragon 800 CPU or any form of stylus support, that said it does have a market like the galaxy mega 6.3″. In that its purley aimed at those who want more screen for media.
@evleaks has said the LG G Flex is headed to AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. I used to hate LG before. The durability is pretty cool..add in some water and dust proofing and it would finally be a phone my mechanic buddy might not destroy!
I’m glad to see all of these different features come together. Flexible display, batteries, self healing coating, and durability! I wonder what the glass is made of.
Last modified on November 21st, 2013, Posted on November 13th, 2013
Best Buy began accepting pre-orders for the Sprint HTC One Max today. Snapdragon 600 nothing wrong with for normal user, I’m sure it’s a great device, but I doubt that I will ever purchase a smartphone of this size. And I think the Beats Audio is such a great feature on the One, so it’s a little disappointing that their relationship with HTC has changed. Still, hopefully the Max is a success.