Sprint is expected to launch two new 4G LTE android smartphone this year. They are the eco-friendly LG Viper and Samsung Galaxy Nexus LTE. Sprint remains silent until now when it comes to details about the Galaxy Nexus. But they’re recently release detailed information about the pricing and hardware specs of LG Viper LTE. Unfortunately, it is still unknown when the carrier will start selling the device. According to Engadget, the phone should penetrate the market on the April 22nd or 11 days from now.
If this rumor turn out to be true, then the smartphone will finally see the daylight for the first time on Sunday, which quite an unusual day for Sprint to launch a new device. However, when they release the HTC Evo 4G LTE, the carrier is not using similar pattern anymore, so there’s a great chance that the Viper will finally comes out from it’s pit this Sunday.
LG Viper LTE will be the third 4G LTE device from Sprint this year, aside from HTC Evo 4G LTE and Samsung Galaxy Nexus. This smartphone will support the carrier’s new released 4G LTE service. According to some tipsters, Sprint’s LTE service won’t run on full service until June this year. That’s because the company is still need to working on the signal receivers across the country, so they can cover most of their customers area. While waiting for that to happen, all Sprint’s 4G LTE handset will be packed with Self-Discovery mode. This is means that user will be automatically prompted to 3G service when the 4G network is not available on their surroundings. This should be a handy feature that will help customer to save some of their precious battery liftetime.
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