Stratosphere Accessories Arrive at Verizon Store, Launch Imminent?


A number of accessories for the un-announced 4G LTE-capable Samsung Stratosphere for Verizon Wireless have begun to arrive at the carrier’s stores, suggesting that a launch date may be close. It is expected that the mid-range Android smartphone, which boasts a sliding keyboard in landscape orientation similar to Sprint’s Epic 4G launched about a year […]

Samsung Galaxy S II Sprint Epic 4G Touch Review (Video)


The Epic 4G Touch is a second-generation Epic device on Sprint that’s based on Samsung’s Galaxy S II specs. In this review, we’ll explore to see if this Galaxy S II variant deserves an epic name, given that it had removed two favorite features of the device that it replaces–a keyboard and a dedicated camera […]

Kyocera Echo Gingerbread Update Rolling Out August 1st

Kyocera Echo

Don’t look now but Sprint’s dual-screened smartphone, the Kyocera Echo, is going to be getting its upgrade to Gingerbread on August 1st. The update is going to be done OTA (over-the-air) and it’s going to be released in increments to all seven Echo owners out there. Seriously, does anyone actually own this phone? I have […]

Sprint Set to Retire the HTC EVO 4G

Sprint EOL Dates

With the release of the HTC EVO 3D we knew it would only be a matter of time before Sprint decided to put the HTC EVO 4G down but we had no clue when it would be doing so. Today, SprintFeed has supplied us with what amounts to a smartphones eulogy as a leaked document […]

Verizon’s 4G LTE Samsung Epic Slider Makes Another Appearance

Samsung Verizon slider

Another image of the Sprint Epic 4G Android smartphone is seen with Verizon Wireless branding, 4G LTE support instead of Sprint’s WiMax networking, and the Android operating system. The look of the handset from preliminary leaked images suggest that this device will continue Samsung’s Galaxy S 1’s lineage rather than be a branded variant of […]

Samsung Epic 4G Now Listed with Gingerbread, Roll Out Imminent?


We know that the Samsung Epic 4G Android 2.3 Gingerbread is on the horizon and the fact that the device is now listed as shipping with Android 2.3 on Sprint’s website is a good indication that this is the case. A few days ago, a rumor started circulating stating that the Epic 4G would finally […]

Samsung Epic 4G Gingerbread Update Coming Later This Month?

Epic 4G

According to a report from SprintFeed, the same guys who were correct about the Sprint Samsung Galaxy Tab Gingerbread update, the Samsung Epic 4G Gingerbread update will be rolling out no sooner than July 24th but will in fact be rolling out this month. Apparently,  TouchWiz has been responsible for the update being slow to […]

Samsung’s First Android Slider for Verizon Caught in The Wild? (Photos)

Epic 4G

It appears that Verizon and Samsung are prepping an Android device with a QWERTY keyboard for release at some point in the future because photos of said device have appeared in the wild. What you see here is Samsung’s SCH-i405 QWERTY slider which is extremely similar to Sprint’s Samsung Epic 4G. It just received its […]

Samsung Epic 4G Gingerbread Update Inches Closer to Release

Epic 4G

Samsung Epic 4G owners can be found on almost every Gingerbread update post on the internet. They are rabid creatures, hellbent on being the first Galaxy S device in the United States to get the illustrious Android 2.3 update. And while it’s currently competing with AT&T’s Samsung Captivate, Sprint’s Epic 4G has made some progress […]

Sprint Outlines Fixes for Epic 4G Android 2.2 Update Issues


With the Samsung Epic 4G, a 3G/4G multi-mode Android Galaxy S variant for the Sprint Now Network, having just received its Android 2.2 upgrade from Android 2.1, some users are reporting that they are experiencing calendar synchronization, connectivity, and SD card problems. If you have the Epic 4G and are experiencing any of those issues […]

Samsung Promises Android 2.2 Froyo Status Updates for Galaxy S Smartphones


With the conspiracy theory that Samsung may be holding back the Android 2.2 Froyo update for its Galaxy S smartphones, which launched with Android 2.1, in favor of pushing out newer hardware with Android 2.2 or Android 2.3 Gingerbread, Samsung has taken upon itself to clear the air. In a statement to Phonescoop, the company […]

Sprint Lights Up Information Autobahn in Bay Area with 4G WiMax


Sprint is hoping you’ll be saying goodbye to traffic congestion, at least in the Bay Area and when it comes to mobile broadband. The Now Network carrier has just announced, as promised and on schedule, that it is lighting up 4G WiMax access in Bay Area cities, giving residents of high-tech Silicon Valley the opportunity […]