Sprint was announce their latest “Now Network” brand few months ago. This is mean that the carrier is already abandon WiMax network and fully transferred to 4G LTE, or similar to Verizon. Alongside with this brand changing, Sprint also introduce some new Android device that able to work with their new 4G LTE service. If you interested to take advantage from Sprint’s 4G LTE network, you should know list of their best Android handset first. Here is my list of best Android handset from Sprint.
Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch. Also known as Samsung Galaxy S II in other carrier and retailers. This handset is currently priced at $199.99. But please remember that you still need to sign on two years contract deal with them. However, Amazon is recently offer the handset for almost free at $0.01! I don’t have any idea if this offer is still valid, so you might want to navigate to their website now. In terms of specs, Galaxy S II is a pretty solid android handset. It is currently powered by Super AMOLED screen and powered by dual-core Exynos processors that clocked at 1.4GHz. Released with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, this handset is recently upgraded to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Read my full review >>
HTC Evo 4G LTE. This handset is a re-branded version of HTC One X. Just like other One X that enter US market, it is currently powered by S4 dual-core CPU, instead of Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processors. HTC said that this CPU swap was done due to the fact that Nvidia’s CPU is not compatible with US 4G LTE network at the moment. I can live with that since it doesn’t change the fact that Evo 4G LTE is a pretty damn good android phone. Aside from the dual-core S4 CPU from Snapdragon, Evo 4G LTE also the first handset from Sprint that feature HD Voice feature that allow you to receive calls in high quality voice! Sprint is currently priced HTC Evo 4G LTE at $199.99 on contract. Read my full review >>
Samsung Galaxy S III. Considered as the One X closest rival, Galaxy S III is currently become most wanted Android handset right now. In fact, you can grab the handset from almost any major carrier in US right now. There is no real difference between Sprint Galaxy S III and other edition that currentlt sit on Verizon or T-Mobile shelves. The handset is still powered by dual-core S4 CPU and posses 2GB RAM. What makes it better than HTC One X is the fact that this handset is recently upgraded to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean via CM 10 nightly release! Interested? Then you can grab Galaxy S III from Sprint for $199.99. Ready my full review >>tags: 2012, Android, best, Great, smartphone, Sprint, Top