BlackBerry Curve 8530 – Sprint Review: BlackBerry Curve 8530 – Sprint

The BlackBerry Curve 8500 series is coming to all carriers, including Sprint, which offers the RIM BlackBerry Curve 8530. Like most smartphones, the smartphone is a great foray into the world of electricity. smart phone for first time buyers. While it doesn’t have some of the premium design elements of other devices, the Curve 8530 … Read more

Motorola i890 review – black (Sprint): Motorola i890 – black (Sprint)

The Motorola i890 isn’t your typical Nextel phone. It is not packaged in rubber; instead, it creates a matte shade and is actually a bit stylish. Sure, it’s very similar to the previous Sprint Motorola Razr2–or more recently Nextel’s Motorola i9– but what it lacks uniqueness makes up for with its sturdy construction. It has … Read more

Review Sprint Overdrive 3G / 4G Mobile Hot Spot: Sprint Overdrive 3G / 4G Mobile Hot Spot

Introduced at CES 2010, Sprint Overdrive is a portable wireless router just like MiFi, except that it has both 3G and 4G speeds. It works on Sprint’s WiMax network and allows you to connect up to five devices at a time. The only drawback is that Sprint’s 4G network is limited at the moment, so … Read more

Reviews on Motorola i1 (Sprint Nextel): Motorola i1 (Sprint Nextel)

Although the Motorola i1 first debuted for Boost Mobile, we initially heard of it as one Sprint Nextel phone. As we mentioned in our Boost Mobile review review, the Motorola i1 is notable as it is Google’s first Android phone to run on Nextel’s iDEN network. It is also one of the first Android smartphones … Read more

Review Samsung SPH-M370 – gray pewter (Sprint): Samsung SPH-M370 – gray pewter (Sprint)

The quintessential flip phone needs two things: great call quality and large, easy-to-press keys. Fortunately, Samsung’s SPH-M370 for Sprint can pick up both boxes. What you see is what you get with simple, easy-to-understand features and designs; and at $ 19.99 with a new two-year deal, the price is just right. DesignThe M370’s clamshell design … Read more

Leaked Google Pixel 4 image shows Sprint as a carrier

The front of the Pixel 4, as leaked by XDA Developers. XDA developer By Google Pixel 4 There may still be a few weeks left, but even Google’s richness of trailers hasn’t slowed leaks around the company’s next device. The latest look comes over XDA developer, which obviously had been pictures showing off the phone. … Read more

Review of Sanyo Zio SCP-8600 (Sprint): Sanyo Zio SCP-8600 (Sprint)

Editors notes: Since Sprint’s Sanyo Zio is almost identical to Cricket Wireless’s Zio, in this review we will focus on the differences between the two devices. For a full description of Zio’s design and features, see Review Sanyo Zio M6000. We have a look Sanyo Zio for Cricket Wireless than Sprint decided to protest with … Read more

Review Motorola Brute i686 – graphite (Sprint Nextel): Motorola Brute i686 – graphite (Sprint Nextel)

When we first looked at the Motorola Brute i686, we wondered if there was any confusion. It actually seems the same Motorola Brute i680, its predecessor. Even the overall features are similar – the 2 megapixel camera, GPS, Bluetooth and, of course, Nextel’s iDEN network support. The main difference seems to be that Motorola Brute … Read more